Premier League giants Liverpool are now said to be considering selling goalkeeper Loris Karius before August 31 transfer deadline and he could be on his way to Besiktas. The arrival of Alisson from Roma in a €75m deal this summer saw Karius lose his starting spot this season. Mignolet has also been linked with Besiktas with Belgium worldwide Mignolet having turned down the chance of a move.
Liverpool will not stand in Karius's way as he seeks regular first-team football having suffered a hard last few months following his high-profile errors in the Champions League final.
Mignolet has been a target for Napoli, but the Serie A side have instead signed David Ospina from Arsenal on an initial season-long loan.
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Asked after Monday's 2-0 win at Crystal Palace whether Karius was about to seal his move, Klopp insisted he was in the dark.
A mid-game concussion was given as the reasoning behind the German's costly performance; however, the Anfield faithful have found it hard to forgive the stopper - and following the signing of Brazil worldwide Alisson Becker - the custodian is seemingly now surplus to requirements.
And the Anfield landlords have now gotten 25-year-old Brazil worldwide and also confirmed the deal on their social media platform.