As it remains just two days to the close of the summer transfer window in all European Leagues, many clubs are wrapping up their dealings by getting more quality players while some are loaning out some of their fringe players.
Liverpool, who signed some top-class players during the window, are trying to trim down their squad before the window finally shut down and they are set to accept a loan offer from Besiktas for Divock Origi.
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The Belgian is surplus to requirements at Anfield and Klopp is ready to release him before the end of the window
It was reported that Bundesliga side Borussia Dortmund are willing to get him in a season-long loan deal but the Reds failed to reach an agreement with the club as they are only willing to let him go on a permanent basis.
However, Jurgen Klopp has decided to sanction his loan move to Besiktas so as to reduce the number of fringe players in his squad.
Besiktas signed Loris Karius on a two-year loan deal earlier in the week, however, Liverpool Echo are claiming the Turkish giants are on the verge of reaching an agreement with the Merseyside Klopp so as to lure the Belgian star to their team before Sunday.
Seyi Ojo is another Liverpool’s bit-part player set for a loan move away from Anfield. According to Daily Mail, the youngster is on his way to Ligue 1 newcomers Reim and he’s expected to spend the whole of this season with the club.