Liverpool set to give Loris Karius a free transfer in January
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Loris Karius is out of contract at the end of the season.

Liverpool wants to give their goalkeeper Loris Karius a free transfer in January. According to The Mirror, Liverpool are hoping to cut their losses on Loris Karius by letting the goalkeeper leave for free in January.

The German goalkeeper is struggling at Anfield and he hasn’t featured in a single game for Liverpool this season. He played his last game in Germany and his last game for Liverpool came in 2018.

The 28-year-old is out of contract at the end of the season. The German will be allowed to depart for nothing in the next transfer window. Karius bids to resurrect his career.

The club would have sent him out this term but they avoided doing it due to conceding a large amount of salary in order to force through a move to FC Basel.

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