Liverpool midfielder Lucas Leiva, is in talks with Turkish giants, Galatasaray over a summer move, according to the latest media reports.
The club tried to sign Lucas during the January transfer window, and the deal was almost done, but Jurgen Klopp blocked it at the last minute due to an injury crises that Liverpool were facing at the time.
Lucas is the longest serving member of the current Liverpool team and has seen his role diminish in recent seasons.
The Brazilian recently admitted that his future is unclear, even going on to claim that he would discuss with his manager at the end of the season, to know if he features in his plan for next season.
However, Galatasaray are reportedly keen to add him to their squad and have reopened talks with him over a possible move to Turkey this summer.
Per the source, Galatasaray have already agreed personal terms with Lucas, and what is left is for Liverpool to agree a transfer fee with them.
Lucas has been useful to Liverpool recently and has been helping them in their bid to enter the top four, he has played 24 matches this season, scoring one goal.