It was reported on Wednesday via Goal.com that Serbian midfielder is being monitored by host of European clubs.
The 22-year-old is one of Fulham’s summer target as the newly promoted Premier League club are on a mission to find a perfect replacement for Tom Cairney, who left the club earlier this week.
Cardiff City is another English side hoping to beat other suitors to the player’s signature having enjoyed the services rendered to the club during his loan spell at the club in the previous summer.
There is another club making move for the Reds outcast, according to Turkish media outlet Fotomac.
Turkish League giants Galatasaray are the latest club to have shown interest luring him to their squad ahead of the upcoming season.
The Turkish publication report that Galatasaray are looking to capture the 22-year-old’s signature on either a permanent deal or a loan deal depending on Klopp’s decision over his future at the Anfield Stadium.
Despite their failure to feature him regularly, Liverpool are hoping to receive £10m from any club who are willing to emerge as his next destination.
It should be recalled that the Reds signed the player on a £5m-deal in 2017.
They would eventually make huge profits from his sale in the summer, though, it remains unknown if they would sell him outrightly or on loan.