The rugged centre-half has just come to the end of his ninth campaign at Anfield, after joining the Reds from Zenit St. Petersburg back in January 2008.
But the Slovakian international, who is currently starring for his country at the European Championship in France, has been tipped to leave Merseyside this summer after slumping down the pecking order.
Indeed, Skrtel found himself frozen out by Jurgen Klopp last season, although injuries were also a factor, making just four competitive starts in 2016.
And agent Mithat Halis claims there are three clubs interested in signing the 31-year-old should he end up leaving Liverpool this summer – whilst also ruling out two long-term admirers from Turkey.
As quoted by The Liverpool Echo, he said; “There are three clubs that want Martin. 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,” Halis added.
However, Skrtel is unlikely to make a decision on his future until Slovakia’s Euro 2016 campaign comes to an end.