Liverpool loan target Emre Mor is heading for Fenerbahce, according to reports in Turkey.
The Turkish giants are reported to be back in the race to sign Borussia Dortmund starlet with Fanatik suggesting Fener have agreed to pay pay Dortmund the €1.5million loan fee.
The Bundesliga side are believed to have given Mor the go ahead to leave for Turkey on a season-long deal on the proviso that he was given assurances about his game time and secondly that a buyout clause was not included in the deal, according to Turkish-Football.
The Turkey winger though does not appear keen to make the move and Fenerbahce look to have their work cut out in persuading the 19-year-old to move to Super Lig.
“I am proud to play for Turkey but I am not joining a Super Lig club this summer, that is not in my plans,” Mor was quoted as saying by CNN Turk.
Mor has been heavily linked with Liverpool with numerous reports last month suggesting Jurgen Klopp was planning a loan move for the Dortmund man.
Dortmund boss Peter Bosz cannot guarantee the Denmark-born man first-team football in the Bundesliga next season, but the club are keen to see him progress.
Whether Mor would be in a better position to get first-team football at Anfield is debatable with new boy Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane likely to be ahead of him in the pecking order.
But Mor’s agent Muzzi Ozcan suggested his client is set for a fresh start this summer after posting a pic of the player on Instagram with the following caption.
“New Chapter, new book, new season ! Let The Hard Work Show The Beauty Wait For Us 2017/2018 ! We Are Coming @emre.mor9.”