Liverpool were one of the big spenders in the Premier League over the course of the summer as they drafted in a number of players to iron over any underlying problems.
Indeed, the Reds are looking like a force to be reckoned with in the Premier League this season, despite a rather inconsistent campaign in the top-flight last time round. Although, it looks as if one of Jurgen Klopp’s players is attracting interest, as according to Turkish Football, Fenerbahce have continued talks with Liverpool over a deal for Divock Origi, with the Turkish side wanting the forward on loan.
While a loan would be the first choice, the Turkish club would consider a permanent deal if the Reds would lower their valuation of the player, which is reportedly £26 million (€29m/$33m).
Fenerbahce are of the view that Liverpool are unlikely to receive a major offer without Premier League sides in the picture.
Although, La Liga clubs could pose a threat and Valencia have been linked but a formal offer has not been made.
The Reds tried to offload Divock Origi throughout the summer transfer window due to the amount of money they spent, but no club has been interested in meeting the asking price. So, the Merseyside club may have to lower their offer to receive any kind of funds for the player, as they risk sending him out on loan instead.
Indeed, the Frenchman has no future at the club with the Reds already having one of the best attacks in the whole of world football, so Jurgen Klopp shouldn’t hesitate to lower his asking price.