Galatasaray are prepared to offer forgotten ​Liverpool striker ​Divock Origi a way out of Anfield in the upcoming transfer window. 

​​Turkish-Football report that the Super Lig giants are willing to give the Belgium international a chance at first team football this season, if he joins their side in January.

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Since returning to Merseyside, after a one-year loan spell with Bundesliga outfit Wolfsburg, ​Origi has struggled to work his way into Jurgen Klopp's plans.

So far the former Lille striker has found himself way down the pecking order - having yet to feature in the Premier League in 2018/19 - and has had to settle for minutes in the reserves with the Under-23 team. 

Origi scored and assisted in his single Premier League 2 fixture, suggesting he's too good (and expensive) to be playing regularly at that level. With Roberto Firmino and Daniel Sturridge, Jurgen Klopp's preferred options in attack, a January move is looking like the only real option for Origi who was unable to find a new home in the summer despite links with a number of Premier League and foreign clubs.

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Over in Turkey, Galatasaray have struggled to replace last season's star man Bafetimbi Gomis after losing him in the summer to Saudi club Al-Hilal FC. 

Gomis scored an incredible 29 league goals last season, firing his now former team to Süper Lig gloryWith first-choice striker Eren Derdiyok out injured, the Turkish champions are desperate for a new forward. 

On top of this, Origi's acquisition is all the more alluring as - having missed out on Liverpool's Champions League squad - the Belgian is still be eligible for European competitions. 

Galatasaray are said to be keen on getting this deal as soon as possibleThe daily Turkish sports paper, ​Fanatik, claim that the club from Istanbul hope to open talks with Liverpool in the next few days.