Loris Karius will remain at Newcastle United after agreeing a contract extension at the club.
Karius, 30, joined Newcastle in September 2022, initially on a short term, following Martin Dubravka’s move to Manchester United. That contract was extended in January until the end of the season.
The club have been delighted with Karius’ impact since joining and were impressed with his performance in February’s Carabao Cup final defeat to Manchester United, his only appearance for the club.
The German has not started regularly since Besiktas loaned him to Liverpool following his mistake in the 2018 Champions League final. He played for two seasons in Turkey, before joining Union Berlin for the 2020-21 season.
Nick Pope will remain the club’s number one while back-up Mark Gillespie has joined Karius in extending his stay until next summer.
Elsewhere, Paul Dummett, the club’s current longest-serving player who joined at the age of nine, has also agreed to stay on until 2024.
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