Liverpool forward Divock Origi has again been linked with a move to Turkey, but this time to Besiktas.

Fotospor report that despite Fenerbahce’s intentions to loan the Liverpool player, Besiktas are currently ahead of their local rivals as they are willing to purchase the Belgian on a permanent deal.

It’s also reported that Besiktas have contacted Liverpool with regards to Origi, but Fotospor say the Turkish giants needs to beat Watford and Valencia to the 23 year old’s signature.

In recent days there have been claims Watford are interested in Origi and could move in on the forward before next week’s deadline. The Turkish press seem to like dragging Watford into transfer rumours and have done so again.

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Origi’s future at Liverpool looks non existent and he needs to find a new club this summer. An up and down loan to Wolfsburg last season has likely limited the Belgian’s options.