Liverpool forward Divock Origi may be set to move to Turkey with Fenerbahçe.
The Super Lig side though face competition for his signature nearer to home, with Newcastle, Brighton and Fulham all interested in signing-him as well.
Any move by the Turkish side would initially be on loan, but Liverpool want to include a mandatory agreement to buy as part of any deal for the 25-year-old.
He is under contract until 2024, and has previously been valued at £30 million, but Liverpool are reportedly ready to drop the price for him to half that.
Origi, the Champions League hero from last year, has found first-team opportunities difficult to come by in recent months, and knows that he wants to be playing regular football if he wants to form part of Roberto Martinez’s Belgian squad for the European Championship next summer.
He made 41 appearances for the club last season, but many of those were as a replacement.
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