Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet has been closely linked with a move to Super Lig outfit Besiktas.
Mignolet’s agent Nico Vaesen confirmed he has received offers from Turkey but that there are several clubs they are currently in talks with.
Vaesen made it clear that Turkey is not the only potential destination on the cards.
The agent did also underline that his client is a Liverpool player with a long-term contract at the club.
“We are in talks with several clubs,” Vaesen was quoted as saying by Fanatik.
“The offers are starting to become more clear.
“Turkey is not the only country we have received offers from and it is worth remembering he has a long-term contract.
“We will see what happens next.”
Liverpool have given Simon Mignolet the green light to leave according to The Sun,
Per the source, Besiktas are preparing a £12m offer for the stopper.
Sources close to Besiktas have revealed to Turkish-Football that Liverpool initially set a £12m valuation on Mignolet.
The Black Eagles have counteroffer with a loan move and revealed they would be prepared to sign on a permanent deal for a cut-price fee in the region of £4m.
The Istanbul based side have made signing a goalkeeper a priority after selling Fabri to Fulham for £5.3m last week.
Mignolet has fallen down the pecking order at Liverpool, becoming third-choice keeper since the arrival of Alisson Becker from Roma.