The German striker, whose time at Anfield was ruined by injuries, will be leaving the club next summer.
Liverpool youngster Samed Yesil will be leaving Merseyside on a permanent basis after the club decided not to offer the German forward a new contract. The 22 year old is out of contract at Anfield and will now be looking to find himself a new club, with Turkish side Trabzonspor his preferred destination.
“I have received offers from Trabzonspor for the past four years,” Yesil told Turkish publication Super Haber.
“I would like to join the club for the 50th year anniversary.”
Liverpool bought the highly rated German from Bayer Leverkusen back in 2012 for a fee of 1m pounds. Yesil made two senior appearances for the Reds, both under former manager Brendan Rodger. The youngster, however, was unable to get himself back in the senior picture due to two serious knee injuries. He was loaned to FC Luzern at the start of the 15/16 season.