Merging reports claim that Merseyside outfit Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp will not in any way accept the return of goalkeeper Loris Karius to the club ahead of the coming season.
Loris Karius is currently on loan at the Turkish outfit Besiktas but the club president is no longer interested in keeping him because of his poor performances. The club chief have already held talks with Liverpool for a possible return of the star player but that will not work out as the German manager is keen to part ways with him.
From every indication, the Turkish outfit are ready to send back Loris Karius but he would be loaned out or sold out as manager Jurgen Klopp has already stressed to the club that he is not needed.
Obviously, Jurgen Klopp is yet to get over the last season’s Champions League nightmare where Loris Karius delivered a poor display to hand a cheap win to the Spanish La Liga outfit Real Madrid.
That was a huge opportunity for the Merseyside outfit to win a trophy and the first for Jurgen Klopp at the Anfield because of their fine form and the goalscoring spree by Egypt international Mohamed Salah but Loris Karius could not hold on.