Emerging reports indicate that English Premier League outfit Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius would be sent back to the Anfield by Turkish side Besiktas where he is having his loan spell.
A Turkish sports newspaper Fotomac says Besiktas are seeking to have the goalkeeper leave the club as they are overwhelmed with the financial demands from him.
According to the report, Loris Karius is not the only player that will be sent back but others who receive high weekly wages at the Black Eagles side.
It is no longer news that the Turkish outfit terminated the contract of Pepe for the same reasons and Loris Karius will not be spared as well in coming weeks.
However, there is no doubt that the Merseyside club will go all the way to find a club for Loris Karius as he would not be needed at the Anfield anymore.
The coming of Brazilian stopper Alisson Becker from Italian Serie A side AS Roma has solved the goalkeeping crisis suffered by the Reds which means they will no longer be having a need for him.
Alisson Becker has become one of the best keepers in the English Premier League having helped Liverpool concede lesser goals than they did last year.