Liverpool fans have reacted badly to what Loris Karius posted on Instagram

Loris Karius returned to Liverpool training on Monday.

The German goalkeeper had been on holiday since he made two howlers in the Champions League final on May 26.

Liverpool were beaten 3-1 by Real Madrid and Karius, who was in tears on the pitch, was made the scapegoat.

It later emerged that Karius had suffered a concussion in the final after a nasty collision with Sergio Ramos.

The latest reports suggest Jurgen Klopp is prepared to stick with the 25-year-old as Liverpool’s number one this season.

Liverpool have been heavily linked with a move for Brazilian goalkeeper Alisson Becker – but it’s understood that Roma’s asking price is far too high.

Will the Anfield faithful accept Karius as their first-choice ‘keeper next season?

Five weeks have passed since that fateful night in Kiev and Liverpool fans on social media have been trying to forgive the German ‘keeper.

However, he’s done very little to help himself with the video he posted on his Instagram on Wednesday.

Countless Liverpool fans on Twitter were absolutely fuming.

While he obviously hopes to regain their support, one fan suggested that the video convinced them that Karius does not have the mentality to be a Liverpool player.

Evidently, Karius is focusing on building his “brand” but that’s not going to win him any supporters on Merseyside.

There is clearly a cloud of negativity surrounding Karius which will be difficult to shake off.

He’ll make it even harder for himself if he continues posting videos like this.

Ultimately, Karius can only convince the fans with his performances on the pitch.

But legendary goalkeeper Peter Shilton said Liverpool need to buy a world-class goalkeeper to replace the German.

“I think the manager will have to look to get a world-class goalkeeper,” Shilton told Sky Sports News after his Champions League final nightmare.

“He will have to buy him. Liverpool have struggled in the past two or three seasons with goalkeepers.

“Karius got in and was very consistent towards the end, we all thought Liverpool had finally solved their goalkeeping problem. But of course, it’s there again now.

“If he does stay at Liverpool I hope the fans give him a chance. They’re the sort of fans that would do that, but I think it will be very difficult for him to stay at Liverpool.”

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