Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge could move to Turkey this summer.
The Englishman has been ravaged with injuries, making just 134 appearances albeit having a good goal scoring ratio since his switch from Chelsea in 2013
Hence, the striker has been relegated into the shadows at the Anfield club and had a brief albeit unsuccessful loan stint at West Brom last campaign.
Sturridge is regarded as surplus to requirements as Reds coach Jurgen Klopp is still keen on enhancing the attacking firepower notwithstanding the resounding success of the attacking trio comprising of Mohammed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane last campaign
Reports from the Liverpool Echo claim, Sturridge has twice held talks with Besiktas chairman Ahmed Nur Sebi over a potential move to Turkey this summer.
The Englishman recently posted a post in Instagram where hundreds of Besiktas fans seemingly pleaded with the forward to join the Turkish club
Now at the latter stages of his career, the 28- year-old would not be eager in being restricted to limited chances at Liverpool,thus it appears unlikely he will be at the club next term.