Lazar Markovic's long-term future at Liverpool remains far from certain, but a report in the Independent today will certainly interest fans of the club.
It has been suggested that the Reds will not sell the winger to the Turkish outfit on a permanent basis for as much as £20 million.
Indeed, the Independent, who cite Turkish daily newspaper Sabah during the report, suggest that Markovic could yet be handed an opportunity under revered German coach Jurgen Klopp.
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Markovic, of course, departed Anfield in the summer after falling out of favour during the Brendan Rodgers regime.
However, it appears that that the Merseyside outfit are keeping tabs on the wide-man, who has enjoyed steady success in Turkey this season.
By no means has Markovic set the world alight, but he certainly appears to be learning his trade as he goes in search of improvement.
At just 21-years-old, the Serbian still has time on his side. The arrival of Klopp on Merseyside should please him, too. Surely the Liverpool boss will want to take a look at him as he goes in search of changing the dynamic of his squad ahead of next season.
Something clearly needs to change; Liverpool just haven't been able to progress in recent months - securing a place in the Capital One Cup final has helped, however - and it's now extremely unlikely that they will secure a place in next year's Champions League competition.
But a full pre-season and summer transfer window for Klopp should give him the platform to build his new team. Perhaps Markovic will be involved in his plans.
Liverpool fans: does Markovic have a future at your club? Have your say below!