Liverpool Goalie Simon Mignolet Question Klopp’s Decision Over Karius’ Loan Move.
Liverpool and Belgium goalkeeper Simon Mignolet has faulted Klopp’s decision to sanction Loris Karius’ two-year loan switch to Turkish side Besiktas.
The Belgium second-choice goalie told reporters that it was shocking to see the German goalie moved out of Anfield ahead of him despite many suitors interested in his signature.
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When asked if he would remain at Anfield for the rest of the season as result of Karius move, Mignolet replied by reaffirming his desire to get regular actions at the course of the season irrespective of where he plays for.
“The transfer of Karius doesn’t change anything for me. I have always been clear: I want to play,”
According to him, there is no difference between a third-choice goalkeeper and a second-choice goalie, therefore, the German’s departure has no major impact on his situation at the Merseyside club.
“Being number two or number three makes little difference. Playing minutes is the most important thing,” he admitted.
However, Mignolet hasn’t ruled out his chances of leaving the team this week as it remains some days to European transfer deadline day.
” I don’t know what my future at Liverpool is. We will see what happens this week.” he concluded
The netminder told reporters that he might make a loan move out of Anfield before the end of the summer transfer window as there are clubs interested in his services for the rest of the campaign.
It was reported that Napoli were leading the race for his signature some weeks ago, but it turned out to be a mere rumor as the Italian transfer market ended last week without making his proposed move to the Napolitano Stadium.
Mignolet was Liverpool’s No.1 in the early stages of last season but lost his place in the starting lineup to Loris Karius after so many unforgivable errors.