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‘ Not good enough ‘ – Liverpool not ready for his return

Timothy Aiyeku

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There is every indication that Liverpool star Loris Karius will not be allowed to return to the club in the January window as he might not be ready to compete at the moment in the club.

Karius Signed a two years loan deal away from the Anfield to with Besiktas where his development has continued to develop but the clause in his deal which refuses him returning before the expiration of the two years will remain active.

The competition in the Jurgen Klopp team will make it difficult for any young lad to succeed as they could only be relegated to the bench.

Most importantly, the player is yet to make any impact at the Turkish club in his three years spell so far and it is being reported that he would be sent back to London so as to be able to secure the service of out-of-favour Reds striker Divock who has been overshadowed by Sadio Mane, Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah.

The last time the 25-year-old was in pole for the Reds is in last season’s Champions League finals where Real Madrid emerged a winner. The goalkeeper is believed to have committed the blunders that led to the defeat of his side on that night.

Timothy Aiyeku is a Mass Communication graduate from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. He is a sports, everything football analyst.