Eintracht Frankfurt have made a move for Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius who is currently on loan at Besiktas according to Fanatik.
Per the source, the Bundesliga outfit have approached Liverpool and Besiktas through third-party intermediaries.
Frankfurt are keen on signing Karius at the end of the season but the move could only go ahead if Besiktas and Liverpool agree to cut his two-year loan short.
Additionally, the Black Eagles have agreed to signing Karius for €8m at the end of the temporary move which could complicate matters further.
Besiktas have reportedly reached an agreement with Karius to part ways if they do not secure Champions League football next season.
The Black-Whites are currently 3rd in the Super Lig but will need a top-two finish to book a place in the European football competition next term.
The Istanbul based outfit have denied all previous rumours claiming they want to cut their loan with Karius short.
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The 25-year-old remains first-choice keeper for the Black Eagles who are currently 11 points behind league leaders Basaksehir.
Karius has conceded 35 goals in 25 games this season across all competitions, keeping just five clean sheets.
Besiktas have let in 32 goals this campaign which is almost triple what leaders Basaksehir have conceded (11).