Liverpool could reportedly offload as many as three goalkeepers this summer. Jurgen Klopp will sit down and decide the fate of a number of his players in the coming months, including those returning from loan spells.
Given the current financial implications of the coronavirus crisis, transfer plans have dramatically changed.
The club are unlikely to spend big, but could still bring Timo Werner through the door.
He remains their top target and they will continue to work on bringing him to Anfield.
For that deal to happen, there will need to be movement out of the exit door.
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According to the Liverpool Echo, up to three goalkeepers could leave the club before next season starts.
Loris Karius has returned to the club following the termination of his loan deal with Besiktas.
He is not expected to train with the club though and will not have a hand in the rest of their Premier League campaign.
Hertha Berlin are keen on bringing him back to Germany, an option that appeals to Karius.
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Echo journalist Paul Gorst claims Liverpool will press to shift him on.
“I think Liverpool will look to move him on as best they can,” he said.
“Hard to think a club won’t fancy a cut-price punt on a goalkeeper who was in the Champions League final two years ago.
“I’ve seen Hertha Berlin are reportedly interested and was told Wolves were keen a few weeks back but not sure how concrete that is at the moment.”
Veteran Andy Lonergan could also follow Karius out of the club.
His deal is up at the end of the campaign, while youngster Caoimhin Kelleher could depart on loan.
Gorst added: “Suspect Lonergan will move on. The plan for Kelleher was to loan him in January if LFC could get assurances from the right club. Preston were keen.
“Kelleher, I was told recently, is keen to take the next step in his career and that means a loan move.
“Suspect some Championship clubs will be asking this summer.”
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