Wolverhampton Wanderers are in talks with Liverpool to sign goalkeeper Loris Karius on loan next season, according to Fanatik.

Karius is set to return to Liverpool this summer after spending the last two seasons out on loan at Besiktas.

Fanatik believe that there is a chance that Karius could go out on loan to the Molineux Stadium next season, as both Wolves and Liverpool have reached an agreement.

The report states that Karius would be behind first-choice Wolves goalkeeper Rui Patricio, but with the club potentially playing in four competitions next season, the German will more than likely get an opportunity.

The report also adds that the decision to join Wolves is entirely up to Karius.

READ: Jurgen Klopp opens up on the fear of being sacked by FSG in his early days at Liverpool

Loris Karius (right) and Simon Mingnolet (Left) training for Liverpool.

Loris Karius (right) and Simon Mingnolet (Left) training for Liverpool.

READ: Jamie Carragher opens up on what Liverpool need in the summer transfer window

ANFIELD WATCH VERDICT

Karius is still contracted to Liverpool until 2022, but a move of some sorts does appear likely, as Alisson and Adrian are Jurgen Klopp’s current goalkeepers.

The report suggests that the German could go out on loan to Wolves, but a permanent move would be the best thing for Karius’ career in my opinion.

He is still only 26, which means that he has plenty of time to get his career going in the right direction again.

If Liverpool are just going to continuously loan him out every season, like they have in the past two seasons, he won’t be able to perform to the best of his ability, as he won’t be settled anywhere.

If Liverpool were to sell Karius this summer, they should demand a solid transfer fee. The Reds spent ¬£4.7 million back in 2016 to gain Karius’ services.

He helped Liverpool get to the Champions League final in 2018, which means that he does have some value. The club should aim to make a profit off his sale in the future.

About The Author

Freelance sports journalist and Red from Melbourne.

Related Posts