Liverpool are facing growing competition for Divock Origi after Besiktas made a loan offer for the Belgium international.
Sources close to Besiktas revealed to Turkish-Football that the Black Eagles have given the green light for intermediaries to present Liverpool and Origi with the offer.
Besiktas would be unable to make an offer for a permanent move in January due to FFP constraints.
The Istanbul giants are have made signing a new striker a priority and want to use the ties built with Liverpool over the Loris Karius move to take on another out of form player in need of playing time.
Besiktas would be able to offer Origi first-team football for the rest of the season as they are trying to get rid of Vagner Love and have no confidence in Cyle Larin as well as Mustafa Pektemek.
The Black Eagles could face competition from rivals Galatasaray who also want Origi on loan as reported by Eren Sarigul of Turkish-Football writing for ESPN.
Reports from England meanwhile suggest that Wolves could be preparing an offer for a permanent move.
Liverpool intend to sell Origi but if the Wolves offer does not materialise the loan offers from Turkey may end up being considered.