Besiktas Unhappy With Loris Karius, Set To End Loan Spell Early

Florence Fletcher
October 31, 2018

Karius has struggled to settle into life at the Turkish club and after making a howler on his debut before gifting another goal against Malmo in the Europa League - Besiktas are losing their patience.

Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius' two-year loan contract with Besiktas does not have a break clause, which could be activated to send the German back to Anfield.

The German keeper is now on loan at Turkish side Besiktas but he could be about to return to Anfield just three months into a two-year deal.

Besiktas returned to winning ways on Monday night beating Rizespor 4-1 in the Super Lig at the Vodafone Park Stadium. There is also an option for Besiktas to purchase the 25-year-old at the conclusion of the deal.

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This jarred, therefore, with reports from Fotomac claiming they were looking to "make an offer to Liverpool" to end his loan spell after just two months. According to Fotomac, just as Besiktas would like to terminate their loan to buy deal for Karius, they would like to bring in Origi on the same terms.

KOPTALK sources claim that Besiktas can not simply cancel the agreement by themselves and they claim that Besiktas are happy with the 'keeper despite today's reports. "[The] added fact is Besiktas are happy with his form".

While King insists Besiktas are content with the form of Karius since his switch to Istanbul, the German's career in Turkey got off to a rocky start with two high profile errors for his new side going viral on social media.

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