Turkish club Fenerbache are leading a long list of clubs in acquiring the services of striker Divock Origi according to reports.
The Mirror reports that a number of Premier League clubs including Aston Villa, Newcastle, Brighton and Fulham have registered an interest, but according to Turkish journalist Ekrem Konor, Fenerbache have made direct enquiries with the Reds.
The club is said to be open to letting the Belgian striker leave providing the Turkish giants pay a loan fee which will include a obligation to buy clause and Konor said the fee stipulated by Liverpool is around £14 million.
Origi has come to the period of his career where some defining decisions have to be made.
As someone who has got a contract with the Reds until 2024, the striker who has made 140 appearances in his five seasons at the club is well within his rights to see that out.
But he will do so in the knowledge that he will be in the backup role to the current front three and regular first team minutes will be at a premium.
Therefore, Origi who is still only 25 may look to greener pastures where having learnt from the best, can take it upon his shoulders to be the leader of the front line.
Whatever happens from this moment, Origi will comfortably sit in the category of Liverpool cult heroes having played a major role in getting a undermanned Liverpool side past Barcelona in the iconic Champions League semi final last season and then scoring in the final against Tottenham.