Liverpool Ace Strikes Two-Year Deal With Super Lig Giants – Financial Details Revealed

Turkish Super Lig giants Besiktas have struck a deal to take Liverpool star goalkeeper Loris Karius on loan.

According to the Mirror, Besiktas will pay Liverpool a £2.25 million fee for a two-year loan deal.

The fee will rise to £10 million if the Black Eagles opt to make the deal permanent.

Furthermore, the agreement with Besiktas contains an obligation for the Turkish club to make the move permanent if Karius reaches a set number of appearances.

Karius has been taken out of the Liverpool squad and will not feature during the Reds clash with Crystal Palace tonight.

See More: Transfer negotiations underway with Liverpool ace – Turkish giants hoping to seal deal by 1 September

The German keeper will replace Fabri who was sold to Fulham earlier this month.

Karius was Liverpool’s first choice goalkeeper last season, however, his stock at the club plummeted following a nightmare performance during the UEFA Champions League final.

Besiktas are back in action this week when they take on the Serbian side Partizan Belgrade