LIVERPOOL is reportedly considering a QUAD raid on Turkish giants Galatasaray.
Anfield scouts watched the Istanbul club’s 2-1 Super Lig win over Konyaspor on 16 September.
And local media reports claim the spies checked out France youth international Sacha Boey and Denmark centre-back Victor Nelsson, as well as Turkey wingers Kerem Akturkoglu and Yunus Akgun.
The foursome have helped Galatasaray shine this season, and last Saturday’s 0-0 draw at Adana Demirspor put them level on points with leaders Basaksehir.
Right-back Boey, 22, has impressed since arriving from Rennes in the summer.
The Paris-born ace is under contract until 2025.
He hails from Cameroon and was recently called up to the Indomitable Lions senior team.
Nelson, 23, has seven caps for Denmark. Previously he was at FC Copenhagen, his current contract runs for four years.
Born in Izmir, Akturkoglu has made 13 appearances for Turkey, scoring three goals. The 23-year-old is also under contract until 2026.
Meanwhile, Akgun, 22, has recently joined him in the national team – he has won two caps and scored once. His contract expires in 20 months.
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Galatasaray are Turkey’s most successful club but their fortunes have dwindled recently – last season they finished 13th in their 20-team league.
However, Boey, Nelsson, Akturkoglu and Akgun have since played key roles in restoring their pride.
And Liverpool could snag one or more of the exciting prospects next summer if they maintain their promising form.
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