Istanbul giants keen on goalscoring centre-back.
Galatasaray are drawing up a huge financial offer in an attempt to lure Slovakian defender Martin Skrtel from Liverpool, according to The Metro.
The 29-year-old centre-half has two years left on his current contract at Anfield, but the Turkish giants would be prepared to give him a significant pay increase, with wages of at least £100,000 per week.
Liverpool may well be reluctant to sell Skrtel though.
He started 36 of the club’s 38 Premier League games last season, making 49 tackles, 60 interceptions, 38 blocks and 410 clearances.
Skrtel also scored four own goals, but he countered this at the other end by netting seven times.
A move to Galatasaray may be of interest to Skrtel, having seen the likes of Didier Drogba and Wesley Sneijder move to Istanbul in recent years.
Galatasaray finished second in the Super Lig last season, nine points behind champions Fenerbahce.
However, they won the Turkish Cup and reached the last 16 of the Champions League.