Klopp Could Lose His First Liverpool Transfer After Turkish Giants Make Offer, Reds Give Green Light But Demand £10m

Liverpool midfielder Marko Grujic has received an offer from Galatasaray according to Fotomac.

Per the source, the Reds have given the Lions the green light to push ahead with their transfer efforts.

Liverpool do however, want £10 million for Grujic, a fee the Super Lig champions may struggle with due to Financial Fair Play.

Galatasaray want Grujic on a permanent move but would also take him on a loan.

The Red-Yellows are of the view they can help Grujic find his feet if he were to join on a temporary move.

The midfielder does have another two-years remaining on his Liverpool contract.

The final decision rests on the player and his agent who have yet to respond to the offer.

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The Serbia international is currently at the World Cup in Russia and is not expected to make a final decision until after the tournament.

The midfielder was an unused substitute in the 1-0 victory over Costa Rica on Match Day 1.

Grujic has made just 14 appearances for Liverpool since becoming Jurgen Klopp‘s first signing in 2016.

The 22-year-old has never quite established himself in Klopp’s side and spent last season out on loan at Cardiff City.

The 1.91m midfielder made 13 appearances for the Championship side scoring one goal.

The Welsh giants have been linked with Grujic again this summer but Galatasaray feel their offer is more attractive.

The Lions are able to offer Champions League group stage football next season and are likely to be involved in the domestic title race again.