There is a bid by Turkish outfit Besiktas president Fikret Orman to have Liverpool goalkeeper Karuis return back to the Anfield with indications that his loan spell at the club was not successful.
This was revealed by Gunes journalist Gultekin, claiming that talk between the two parties will continue as the Turkish outfit are not willing to keep the Liverpool stopper anymore.
There are suggestions that if Besiktas are willing to release the stopper for free should they fail to convince Liverpool into accepting him back, knowing that his two-year loan deal is yet to expire.
It is also claimed that the Turkish have already withheld his salary and he is keen to leave as well but a destination for him is unknown knowing that he can no longer earn a role in the Reds team.
The Merseyside outfit secured the services of former AS Roma stopper Alisson Becker and they have been able to deliver fine performance to ensure that the Reds team concede fewer goals.
However, it is claimed that manager Jurgen Klopp will be left with no option than to have Karius move on for other loan deals elsewhere as he cannot be accommodated in the team. The German boss could also be forced to have him leave the Anfield on a permanent deal.