Galatasaray are keen on signing Liverpool forward Divock Origi.
The Turkish club are set to make a move to take the Belgian international to the SuperLig in the new year, according to a report by website Turkish-Football.
They are lining up a loan bid to try and tempt the former Lille and VfL Wolfsburg man away from Anfield for the second half of the campaign, claims the article.
Origi spent last season with Bundesliga club Wolfsburg after struggling to hold down a spot in Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool side during the 2016/17 campaign.
He returned this Summer and it looked like he would be allowed to make a permanent exit from Anfield due to the competition for places in the Liverpool attack.
But no offers were made which matched the valuation placed on the twenty-three year old and he was forced to remain a part of the squad going into the season.
He is yet to make an appearance for the first-team this season thanks to a combination of the quality at the disposal of Klopp and being sidelined by injury.
His chances of breaking back into the side look slim thanks to the return to form of Daniel Sturridge of late and the emergence of teenager Rhian Brewster, who is closing in on fitness.