Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius has been linked with Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius will turn down the chance to join Wolverhampton Wanderers in a £7 million deal in the summer transfer window, according to The Daily Star.

Karius wants to play regular first-team football next season, and with Rui Patricio the clear number one between the posts for the Wanderers, the German custodian will snub the chance to move to Wolves this summer, according to the report.

According to The Guardian, the 26-year-old goalkeeper is close to cancelling his loan deal at Besiktas due to dispute over unpaid wages.

The former Germany Under-21 international moved to the Turkish club on a two-year loan deal in the summer of 2018.

Karius’s agent, Goli, has told Bild, as translated by Turkish-Football, that the player is still under contract at Besiktas.

According to Fanatik, Wolves are interested in singing the German from Premier League rivals Liverpool in the summer transfer window.

Good decision?

Patricio has been on the books of Wolves since the summer of 2018 when he joined from Sporting Lisbon for a transfer fee reported by Goal.com to be worth €18 million (£15.74m).

The Portugal international goalkeeper has been superb for the Wanderers, and it is hard to see Karius displace the 32-year-old next season.

In other news, Steven Gerrard hints more signings are coming to Rangers