There’s a claim in the Turkish media that Olympiacos are showing an interest in Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius.

The German is currently on loan with Besiktas, but he could cut short his stay with the Turkish side after reports this week he hasn’t been paid for four months.

Hurriyet have reported on the latest developments with regards to Karius’ future, and reports the Greek side are interested in him. The Olympiacos coaching staff are said to be unhappy with their current goalkeeping options and subsequently they could target the Liverpool player.

It’s also reported Olympiacos President Evangelos Marinakis will hope to use his relationship with Besiktas chief Firket Orman to help get a deal done for the former Mainz keeper.

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Earlier this week it was reported in Turkey that Karius is likely to head back to Liverpool in the summer due to his performances for the Istanbul club this season. The Super Lig side are reportedly looking to sign Fulham’s Fabri to replace him in the next transfer window.

However, his future at Anfield looks uncertain and he’d likely need to find another club if he returns to Merseyside.