What Karius takes away from Liverpool: Goalkeeper Loris Karius tries to look back on his overall frustrating time at Liverpool without resentment. “There were ups and downs. That’s part of it, that’s football, but I’ve developed as a person,” says the 28-year-old in the “Sky” interview. The level and professionalism “that everyone exemplifies there” are “quite unique,” says Karius, whose contract with the Reds expired at the end of the season.

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Goalkeeper ready ‘mentally and physically’: what Karius learned at Liverpool? “I’ll take my determination and this will with me to my next job.” He was “ready, mentally and physically,” for a new challenge.

Hertha as a possible prospect? There are no concrete offers yet. “Sky” named Hertha and Bielefeld as possible addresses, but also foreign clubs such as Valencia or Espanyol Barcelona. Karius moved from Mainz to Liverpool in 2016 and was a regular goalkeeper under Jürgen Klopp. In the 2018 Champions League final against Real Madrid, Karius made two bad mistakes and hasn’t played for Liverpool since.