Liverpool look set to miss out on another big name signing as Greek striker Kostas Mitroglou is in line for a big money move to Fulham, according to the Daily Mail.
Fulham are reportedly going to part with around £12million for the Olympiacos hit man, as they try to resurrect their season.
Mitroglou has been a target of both Liverpool and Newcastle; but it seems that the West London side are in advanced talks with the striker.
Olympiacos said on the possibility of Mitroglou moving to the Premier League: "There is still no definitive agreement with Fulham for Kostas Mitroglou. Discussions will continue on Wednesday but only for an agreement of more than 15 million euros (£12.36m)."
A four-year contract is being proposed worth around £8.4million.
Mitroglou has been in stunning form for his side this season, scoring 14 goals in 11 matches, his goalscoring exploits have earned him the nicknames Mitrogoal and Pistolero with the fans.
It's believed that Giorgos Karagounis has influenced his former international teammate to join up with the Cottagers, and that Mitroglou is keen is to play alongside the Greek legend.
Liverpool have recently missed out on the signing of Mohamed Salah, when he choose a move to Chelsea.
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