Fenerbahce reach agreement with Liverpool over Skrtel, deal imminent says agent – source

Fenerbahce have reached an agreement with Liverpool over the transfer of Martin Skrtel a source close to the Istanbul giants told Turkish-football.com.

Stars & Friends – Skrtel’s management company – agent Mihat Halis revealed that the transfer is very likely to go ahead and that all that remains is for Fenerbahce to wrap up contract talks with the Slovakian international.

“The clubs have agreed, we just have some personal details to sort out, it is nothing that won’t be sorted,” he said.

“It is going ahead.”

Skrtel is expected to accept Fenerbahce’s terms and officially complete his transfer to the Yellow Canaries over the next few days.

All parties involved are reported to be happy with the offer on the table. Srktel will become the third player to join Fenerbahce this summer after Roman Neustadter and PSG’s Gregory van der Wiel who joined last week.

A source close to the club revealed that Fenerbahce have now wrapped up their defensive transfers for the summer.

The Yellow Canaries will compete in the Champions League last season after finishing the leagues as runners-up.

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