Liverpool are in talks with Turkish side Besiktas over a deal for Reds goalkeeper Loris Karius.
It appears that Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is happy to let Karius leave Anfield ahead of the end of the European transfer window on 31st August.
The Reds have been receptive to enquiries for the German shot-stopper, following a disastrous Champions League final in May.
Now, according to The Mirror’s David Maddock, Besiktas have made an approach for the 25-year-old and talks are ongoing between the two sides.
The former Mainz goalkeeper could move to Turkey on a season-long loan deal. The two clubs would also have the option of making the deal permanent next summer.
Karius endured a nightmare 90 minutes against Real Madrid in Kiev, with his two high-profile errors proving fatal. The club later learnt he had suffered concussion and had hoped he could regain his confidence.
However he looked particularly shaky during the Reds’ pre-season preparations. Concerns about his long-term mental health led Klopp to spend £66m on Roma goalkeeper Alisson.
Whilst Mignolet looks set to stay at Anfield, departures have been in full flow and more are expected in the final days of August.
Divock Origi is receiving interest from Borussia Dortmund, with the Reds hoping to receive close to £27m for the striker.