'Turkish Messi' Abdulkadir Omur would welcome Liverpool move amid recent links

Liverpool news Reds attacker offered chance to reignite Anfield career via Turkish giants

Liverpool news Reds attacker offered chance to reignite Anfield career via Turkish giants

Turkish midfielder Abdulkadir Omur has admitted that he would be very keen on a move to Liverpool, with the Reds reportedly lining up a £27m move for the Trabzonspor star.

The Reds have been closely linked with a move for Omur, 19, over the past week after reports in Turkish media claimed the Premier League leaders tabled a £27 million bid for the Trabzonspor winger.

He told reporters when quizzed on his future: "Liverpool are a great club, one of the greatest in the world. These offers are something Trabzonspor need to discuss", Omur was quoted as saying by Turkish-Football.

Of course, these offers are something that our club can talk about first.

However, the same article says that Liverpool FC boss Klopp wants to reintegrate Lallana into the first team at Anfield in the coming weeks rather than let him leave on loan. If they say stay, I'll stay.

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The Turkey worldwide also addressed the comparisons made by the Turkish media between himself and Lionel Messi.

Indeed, Lallana has only started two Premier League games for the Reds so far this term and and has only played 202 minutes in the top flight for Jurgen Klopp's side. "He is the best footballer on the planet and to be linked to him is incredible", Omur said.

Having emerged as one of the brightest young players in his native Turkey, the midfielder has apparently attracted widespread interest around Europe.

Omur, who is capable of playing in a number of midfield positions, has managed two goals and four assists in 17 matches in all competitions for Trabzonspor during the 2018-19 campaign.

His contract runs until 2022 though, so the club won't feel pressure to sell unless the player pushes for a move.

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