Liverpool’s forgotten man Loris Karius could be playing under Vincent Kompany next season after being linked with a loan move to Anderlecht in the summer, according to reports.
The 26-year-old is currently on loan at the Turkish side Besiktas after being ostracised by the Reds in the summer of 2018, following his night from hell in Kyiv. He featured for Jurgen Klopp’s during a night he will want to forget, his two shocking errors during their 3-1 defeat to Real Madrid in the Champions League final cost them their sixth European crown.
Following this, he has endured a horrible time with Kara Kartallar as his mistakes and his manager Sergen Yalcin admitted that the club has no plans in triggering the option-to-buy clause in his loan deal, as per Turkish Football.
Fotospor revealed that the Belgian giants could be on his way to the Constant Vanden Stock Stadium and will replace their No. 1 Hendrik Van Crombrugge, who has been linked with a move to Bundesliga clubs Schalke and FC Koln.
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Under the watchful eye of the Manchester City legend and with former Arsenal man Samir Nasri in his ranks, Anderlecht are having a season to forget. They sit eighth in the Belgian First Division A and are already thinking about the summer’s transfer activities. For Karius, this could be the new start that could improve his form.
The German shot-stopper has never been able to shake the ghost of Kyiv from his shoulders, and it appears to have followed him to Turkey. It is no secret that the Kop faithful do not want him to return to Anfield. With Allison Becker firmly cementing his position in Klopp’s starting lineup, it would be best for both parties.