Loris Karius’ agent Florian Goll has spoken to Turkish newspaper Fanatik about his client’s departure from Besiktas.
The German goalkeeper terminated his contract with the Black Eagles this week, and Goll said he’ll now return to Liverpool. There were recent reports the Super Lig side owned the keeper unpaid wages.
The German agent said his client has ‘a great career’ ahead of him, and said they haven’t planned what they will do in the future yet: “Karius is still 26 and has a great career ahead of him. He is now returning to Liverpool where he still has two years of the contract. We haven’t discussed what we will do in the future. Let’s see what will happen.”
Goll also added Besiktas board have handled the things in an unprofessional way and ignored Karius’ intentions to help the club during this period: “Unfortunately, Besiktas’ board have handled things pretty badly. We decided to keep calm despite the unpaid wages. Karius was ready to help the club during this situation but they never listened.”
Besiktas do have a right of redemption with the Liverpool owned player but due to their financial situation he will be heading back to Anfield.
There have been reports he could head back to Germany after making his name with Mainz.