According to reports, Arsenal and Liverpool are among a number of clubs that have agreed to pay Hoffenheim’s £28milion valuation for Kerem Demirbay.
As per Sport Bild, Demirbay is attracting numerous interest from top European teams, including English Premier League duo Arsenal and Liverpool.
The same report states that the Gunners and the Reds have agreed to pay Demirbay’s contract buyout clause ahead of the next transfer window.
The 24-year-old has become an important player at German outfit Hoffenheim since his switch to the club from Hamburg back in 2016.
The German has netted two goals and has provided three assists in 15 matches in the Bundesliga in the current season.
Demirbay began his playing career at Bundesliga side Borussia Dortmund back in 2012 before the playmaker sealed move to Hamburg back in 2013.
The attacking midfielder represented Turkey at age grade level before he made the decision to switch allegiance to the German national team.
The Reds could lose their German star Emre Can later in the summer transfer window, with the attacking midfielder being linked heavily with a switch to Serie A champions Juventus.
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