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Sport Liverpool's Kamil Grabara and Loris Karius go out on loan

17:05  29 september  2020
17:05  29 september  2020 Source:   readsport.co

Union Berlin eyeing-up loan deal for Liverpool flop Karius

  Union Berlin eyeing-up loan deal for Liverpool flop Karius Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius is wanted on loan by Bundesliga side Union Berlin. The 27-year old, who joined Liverpool for £4.75million from Mainz in 2016, is no longer required at Anfield.The 27-year old, who joined Liverpool for £4.75million from Mainz in 2016, is no longer required at Anfield and spent last season on loan at Besiktas.

Liverpool have confirmed that goalkeepers Loris Karius and Kamil Grabara have departed the club on loan for the 2020/21 season. Karius was the Reds' first choice until the arrival of Alisson in 2018, but has been on loan at Besiktas for the past two seasons. He now heads back to the Bundesliga for

Liverpool goalkeeper Kamil Grabara has joined AGF Aarhus on loan for the remainder of 2020-21. Grabara signed a new long-term contract with the Reds upon his return from Denmark and then joined Huddersfield Town last year, making 28 starts in Loris Karius completes loan switch to Union Berlin.

Loris Karius in a blue shirt: A.S. Roma v Liverpool - UEFA Champions League Semi Final Second Leg © Julian Finney/Getty Images Sport A.S. Roma v Liverpool - UEFA Champions League Semi Final Second Leg

Liverpool goalkeepers Kamil Grabara and Loris Karius have left the club on loan for the remainder of the 2020/21 season.

Both deals will see the stoppers head overseas as 21-year-old Grabara heads to Danish side AGF Aarhus and 27-year-old Karius heads back to Germany to Bundesliga side Union Berlin.

Both deals were confirmed on the club’s official website.

Klopp advised Karius to move to Union Berlin

 Klopp advised Karius to move to Union Berlin coach Jürgen Klopp advised goalkeeper Loris Karius to move from the top English club Liverpool back to the Bundesliga for 1. FC Union Berlin. © Christophe Gateau / dpa New at Union Berlin: Keeper Loris Karius. "He said it was a good step," said Karius at a media round about the successful German coach: "He said that I can distinguish myself here and show again that I'm a really good goalkeeper." The 27-year-old Karius is on loan to the Eiserne for the current season and could celebrate his Bund

Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius has completed a move to Bundesliga side Union Berlin on a season-long loan . The 27-year-old German terminated his loan spell Liverpool ' s Polish goalkeeper Kamil Grabara , 21, has also joined Danish side AGF Aarhus on loan for the remainder of the season.

Liverpool ' s Champions League calamity goalkeeper Loris Karius completes season-long loan move to Union Berlin with no clubs willing to meet his £6m asking price. Hull City are interested in Ben Woodburn and Poland U21 goalkeeper Kamil Grabara is talking to Greek club PAOK.

Polish stopper Grabara spent last season on loan at Huddersfield and heads back out for more first-team experience as first-team chances at Anfield remain few and far between.

Karius goes in search of perhaps finding the next permanent destination in his career after spending two years with Turkish club Besiktas.

Karius hasn’t played competitively for Liverpool since that infamous night in Kyiv, where the one time Reds’ number one was culpable for two of Real Madrid’s goals in the Champions League final.

Karius links up with another Anfield loanee Taiwo Awoniyi in Berlin, the striker is spending his second season on loan in the German top flight.

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It does seem as though both the club and Karius are simply filling time until the keeper can find a new permanent home, perhaps at the end of his deal on Merseyside.

Karius: "My good performances were forgotten in Germany"

 Karius: Loris Karius is back in Germany - and wants to clarify a few things. When he was introduced as the new Union Berlin goalkeeper, he spoke about his image, his relationship with Jürgen Klopp and his goalkeeping game. © imago images Answered the questions of the media on Tuesday afternoon: Union's new goalkeeper Loris Karius. The media volume was significantly larger than normal at 1. FC Union Berlin.

Loris Karius has completed a loan move to Bundesliga side Union Berlin for the duration of the 2020-21 season. The Liverpool goalkeeper returns to his homeland and the German top flight, which got under way earlier this month. Karius , who will link up with Reds striker Taiwo Awoniyi at Union Berlin

Liverpool goalkeeper Kamil Grabara has joined Danish club AGF Aarhus on loan for the rest of 2018-19, subject to international clearance. The Poland youth international is set to spend the second half of the season with the 10th-placed Superliga side, who resume their campaign in early February.

Undoubtedly talented, Karius’ position at Liverpool is seemingly untenable, especially since the arrival of Alisson Becker and Adrian.

Grabara is still a young goalkeeper and a move away to play regular football makes sense for all parties involved.


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