Fenerbahce have targeted a loan deal for Marko Grujic in January, according to a source in Turkey.
The 21-year-old has managed just 14 minutes of action in the Premier League this season, via three substitute appearances.
The Serbia midfielder has made a start in the EFL Cup defeat to Leicester and his first-team chances have been few and far between, despite Jurgen Klopp rotating his squad.
And now Turkish outlet Sporx, suggest Fenerbahce have expressed an interest in the out-of-favour player.
Apparently, Fener want Grujic in January on an 18-month loan deal. Fenerbahce boss Aykut Kocaman believes Grujic is the ideal signing for his side.
Sporx reports that Fenerbahce want to include a €5million option to buy within the deal.
While, Klopp may well sanction a loan deal for Gruij in January, he is very unlikely to agree to a permanent clause in the deal, especially at just €5million.
Gruij was Klopp’s first signing as Liverpool manager when he signed for £5.1million from Red Star Belgrade in January 2016, before being loaned back to the Superliga club until that summer.