Once Slovakia are done with Euro 2016, Martin Skrtel will surely sort out his club future with his agent consistently speaking up his client in the media.
His country lost to Wales in their Group B opener, so we can’t see them sticking around for too long.
Mithat Halis, who represents our long-serving centre-back, says three sides are definitely after Skrtel – including teams from China, Turkey and Germany.
“There are three clubs that want Martin,” Halis said, reported in the Echo.
“Fenerbahce have been interested for four years but there are also offers from China and Wolfsburg also want him.
“Besiktas are not interested and Galatasaray cannot currently afford him.”
Wolfsburg would surely represent the most attractive option for the defender.
The 31-year-old is surplus to requirements at Anfield after falling down Jurgen Klopp’s pecking order following a series of inconsistent displays.
As a result, Dejan Lovren, Mamadou Sakho and recently released Kolo Toure climbed ahead of him, and with Joe Gomez returning from injury and Joel Matip signing on a Bosman ahead of next season – we really have no need for Skrtel’s physical but risky defending anymore.
In fact, he’s been a liability for some time, and although we wish Skrtel well, are glad it looks like a Liverpool manager is actually going to move him on.