Photo: New Liverpool signing approves of artwork

Loris Karius has already been recognised by a graphic designer following his transfer to Liverpool

Loris Karius looked impressed with the latest addition to his artwork collection after the new Liverpool signing was presented with some posters of himself.

The goalkeeper completed a £4.7m move to Liverpool from Bundesliga side Mainz to link up with Jurgen Klopp’s side ahead of next season.

Karius put pen to paper on a five-year deal with the Merseyside outfit after becoming Klopp’s first signing of the summer transfer window.

The Germany Under-21 international is now gearing up for his first taste of Premier League football.

And the shot-stopper looked pleased to have already been recognised by one graphic designer following his transfer to the Merseyside outfit.

Liverpool shared the picture above of their new signing on their official Instagram account on Saturday afternoon and wrote: “@cm_illustrations made these posters of @lorisk21 and our summer signing was impressed with the result! #LoveLFC”

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Karius, who will compete with Simon Mignolet for the goalkeeper spot at Anfield, has been handed the number one shirt at Liverpool following his summer transfer.

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