Liverpool are amongst the set of clubs that have been in the transfer market news since the past months, in a bid to add some qualities players to their squad in the upcoming summer transfer window.
Some of the Merseyside Red players might be making an exit out of the Anfield, with Croatia international Dejan Lovren being rumoured with an exit out of the club in the coming summer and the Merseyside are likely to be in the market for a possible replacement, to fill the void space that would be left by the 30 years old, once he made an exit out of the Anfield.
The Merseyside Red in their bid to find another defender to fill the space that would be left by the Croatian, are reportedly planning a summer move for Leicester City defender, once the transfer market commenced.
Meanwhile,Liverpool have been confirmed by Soyuncu's agents Mustafa Dogru to be the only club, that could lure the Turkish out of the King Power stadium.
The 23 years old who Liverpool has been confirmed to be the favourites to sign, has been previously shown interest by Barcelona, with Ligue 1 giants Paris Saint-Germain being also reported to be keeping tabs with the Tiurkey international.
Caglar Soyuncu who currently earn £45,000 a-week wages, has been able to appear 38 times in all competitions this campaign at the King's Power Stadium, and still has three years left on his current deal with Leicester City.
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