Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet may never start another game for Jurgen Klopp's side, according to Times journalist Paul Joyce.
Karius has secured his place as Klopp's number one for the Premier League and the German tactician has previously rotated the position according to the competition. When Mignolet was starting in the Premier League earlier on in the season, Karius was consequently starting in the Champions League.
However, Klopp has suggested that the rotation may come to an end in the Champions League's round of 16 fixture against Porto on Wednesday.
When asked who would start against the Portuguese outfit, the Liverpool boss replied:
Liking Loris Karius more and more with every game played. His pro-activeness and aggressiveness is as much a weakness as a strength at times, leading to some odd throws and punches, but he’s pleasingly quick to snap to the ball. #LFC— Sam Tighe (@stighefootball) February 11, 2018