Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius has been linked with a summer move to the Bundesliga and Hertha Berlin.
The 26 year old has not played for Liverpool since the 2018 Champions League final, where two of his errors lead to goals for the Spanish club.
Since then he has been on loan with Turkish side Beşiktaş, but that spell came to an acrimonious end in a dispute over unpaid wages, with the goalkeeper terminating his contract with them at the start of this month.
He is now back in his native Germany, but seems to have no future at Liverpool – when their players returned to training at Melwood earlier this week, Karius was not amongst them.
Now they are actively looking to move him on, with Hertha amongst a number of teams interested in the former Mainz keeper.
Liverpool are reported to have a close relationship with Hertha, with the two clubs having collaborated together over the loan of midfielder Marko Grujic.
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