Premier League side Liverpool set to offer €30m for top Italian Serie A star
The Reds are reportedly ready to offer €30m for Lazio’s Albanian shot-stopper, Thomas Strakosha
-Previously, Liverpool were linked with Roma’s Brazilian keeper Alisson as Karius replacement
-The 23-year-old Albanian international contract at the Serie A outfit runs until June 2022’
Champions League finalist Liverpool are reportedly ready to offer €30m for Lazio’s Albanian shot-stopper, Thomas Strakosha as the Reds continue search for Loris Karius replacement following the German’s poor outing in the Champions League final.
Karius over the past days has received knocks for Karim Benzema’s opener for Real Madrid after rolling the ball effortlessly for the Frenchman to slot in.
Former Tottenham winger Gareth Bale put the Galaticos back in front with a spectacular bicycle- kick after Senegal’s international, Sadio Mane equalised for the Reds.
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However, Karius’ poor judgement allowed Bale to smash in a long-range strike to score Madrid’s third on the night.
According to UK Mirror report, quoting TuttoMercatoWeb sources suggest Reds’ boss, Jurgen Klopp is preparing an offer of 30 million euros (£26.3m) for the highly rated Albanian goalkeeper.
Previously, Liverpool were linked with Roma’s Brazilian keeper Alisson as Karius replacement but the Serie A’s 90 million euros (£79m) price tag forced the Reds’ eggheads to consider other options.