Turkish media outlet Gunes report Besiktas president Fikret Orman is working on a solution to send Loris Karius back to Liverpool.

The German is currently on loan with the Turkish side, but he’s failed to impress during his time in Istanbul.

According to Gunes journalist Levent Gultekin, Besiktas president Fikret Orman will hold talks with Liverpool with regards to cutting Karius’ loan deal short.

These latest developments come after reports yesterday Karius wants to leave Besiktas after joining the Super Lig club last summer on a two-year loan deal.

If Fikret Orman doesn’t manage to convince Liverpool over an early return, then he will speak with Karius to sort the situation out himself.

The former Mainz player has been a disappointment for Besiktas so far this season and he’s been heavily criticised following some below-par performances.

Karius has reportedly had offers from the other clubs, with claims he wants to leave Besiktas because of withheld salary payments.

The 25-year old is under contract at Liverpool until 2021.