Istanbul club Beşiktaş confirmed Friday transferring Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius on a £2.25million two-year loan deal.
Just months after his blunders ruined Liverpool's bid to win the Champions League final, Karius is set to join Turkish club Beşiktaş on loan with a view to a permanent transfer in 2020.
Karius wept on the pitch after making two costly errors in Liverpool's 3-1 defeat against Real Madrid in May and the German still looked traumatized as he struggled again during pre-season.
The Turkish football club changed the image of its Twitter header image to a picture of the 25-year-old German goalkeeper, with the hashtag, #ComeToBesiktas.
Karius is expected to arrive in Istanbul on Saturday evening.
Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp moved quickly to replace Karius with Brazilian keeper Alisson from Roma in a £65-million ($82 million) deal.
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