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Liverpool transfer news: Spanish U21 ace tipped for Turkey exit despite Valencia offer

Liverpool are reported to have accepted a loan bid from Fenerbahce for Luis Alberto according to Fotospor.

The report claims that the Reds will allow the U21 Spain international to join the Turkish giants on a temporary move.

The Yellow Canaries recently appointed former Sunderland boss Dick Advocaat who replaced Vitor Pereira as manager.

The Dutch coach wants to bring in an attacking midfielder after being left unconvinced with the current options at the club.

The Express meanwhile, report that the 23-year-old is close to a return to Spain with Valencia offering a £2.6 million deal.

Los Che’s offer is less than half the £6 million Liverpool paid for Alberto back in 2013 after signing him from fellow La Liga outfit Sevilla.

The young attacking midfielder failed to settle in at Liverpool and played just six times for the Premier League giants since joining.

Alberto did however, do well on loan at Deportivo last season scoring six goals and setting up seven goals in 29 appearances.

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