Out-of-favour Liverpool 23-year-old star set to leave Reds in summer

The Turkish club Fenerbahce have made an offer to take Liverpool forward Divock Origi on loan, according to reports in the Turkish media.

Rob Segal, who represents Divock, has apparently met with Fener’s sporting director Damien Comolli, the man who once held the same position at Anfield.

The report from the Turkish outlet Fotomac suggests that the Reds will be willing to let Origi depart from the club this summer and that they will be content for him to go on loan if they can’t find any interested club willing to buy him on a permanent deal.

Fenerbahce are in the transfer market for a striker after selling Brazilian star Fernandao to Saudi side Al-Wehda and with Vincent Janssen returning to Tottenham Hotspur following the end of his loan spell at the Turkish club.

Another Turkish giants, Besiktas, are also said to be interested in securing a deal to land Origi on loan, but as of yet, no decisions have been made about the Belgian’s future.

The last season, in all competitions, Divock Origi made 36 appearances, netted seven goals and provided three assists.