Liverpool are looking forward to ending Nuri Sahin’s season-long career spell which had been a very promising loan deal back then in August.
Nuri Sahin could not get into Liverpool’s first-team since the youngster joined them, and might be heading back to the Spanish capital.
When Liverpool got hold of Sahin, they had beaten Arsenal to sign him because the North Londoners were ready to pay him £115,000-a-week.
Liverpool are also looking forward to reducing their costs and their first target could be player wages. There not-so-used Nuri Sahin might be the first one to leave Anfield.
Despite the fact that FA Cup squads include youngsters, the Turkish could not make it into the Reds squad as he has still not adapted to the style and conditions in England.
Liverpool would like Sahin to exit and they will not be paying him high wages for just sitting while Real Madrid would want their youngster to develop on loan so they would also be looking to call back their player for improvement and growth.
It is rumoured that Sahin’s former club, Borussia Dortmund, would also like to bring back the midfielder. However it is very unlikely for them to afford his wages so the transfer news does not carry much weight.
He has made 12 appearances for Liverpool in all competitions and has scored only 3 goals and made 3 assists. He was regularly featured in the squad when the season began, but his appearances were reduced as it progressed.
Written by Rida Mehtab (@RidaaMehtaab on Twitter)