Moreno is one of Liverpool’s longest serving players, having arrived at Anfield five years ago in a £12 million deal from Sevilla. But the left-back has spent most of his time on Merseyside out of the first-team picture.
The 26-year-old has played just four games this season, with Jurgen Klopp clearly losing faith in a player whose mistakes cost Liverpool dear in Europa League and EFL Cup final defeats to Sevilla and Manchester City respectively.
Moreno is expected to leave on a free this summer, although Haber365 believe he could be offered a fresh start with struggling Super Lig giants Fenerbahce, who are hoping to open talks over a bargain deal.
Interestingly, former Liverpool director Damien Comolli is at the heart of a potential transfer with the Frenchman currently working as Fenerbahce’s recruitment chief.
Sport claimed in March that Moreno was set to make a shock switch to Barcelona on a two-year deal. Though he would surely be only a back-up to Jordi Alba at the Camp Nou while a move to Turkey could see him play first-team football again after so long out of action.
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