Liverpool Ace Could Be Set For £12m Move After Giving Green Light To Anfield Exit, Super Lig Side Prepare Offer

Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet could be headed for a summer exit according to The Sun.

Per the source, Besiktas are prepared to offer £12 million for the keeper as a replacement for Fabri who joined Fulham on a £5.3m move this week.

Mignolet has dropped down the pecking order following the transfer of Alisson from Roma and is now the Reds third-choice stopper.

The Istanbul giants have made signing a replacement keeper a priority since the sale of Fabri.

The 30-year-old keeper is settled in England but would consider a move to Turkey.

The stopper has given the green light for an Anfield exit, as have Liverpool.

The Premier League outfit are expected to clear Mignolet for talks with Besiktas later this week.

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Mignolet would be brought in as first-choice keeper should he end up joining the Black Eagles.

The Belgium international has kept 81 clean sheets in 245 Premier League appearances for Liverpool and Sunderland since moving to England in 2010.

The experienced keeper made just 22 appearances for the Reds last season, conceding 24 goals and keeping seven clean sheets.

Besiktas have also been linked with a move for Arsenal’s David Ospina and Bursaspor stopper Harun Tekin.

The Super Lig outfit finished last season in fourth place after winning the championship the previous two seasons.