According to Turkish newspaper Star, via Sporx, Besiktas have submitted a loan offer for Wolverhampton Wanderers defender Romain Saiss.
Yesterday, we covered news from Turkey that Saiss is a target for the Black Eagles and the club’s president Fikret Orman has flown to England to complete a deal for the player.
Today, Star claim Besiktas made a loan offer to Wolves for the Moroccan midfielder, and they offered €500K as a loan fee for this season.
Star now say Besiktas have submitted a bid to Wolves, offering a €500,000 loan fee to take Saiss this season.
They also report the loan offer includes a €2.5m redemption clause as Besiktas want the option to turn the move into a permanent one should Saiss’ stay at Vodafone Park be a successful one.
There’s no mention of Wolves’ stance on the matter, but Nuno’s occasional reliance on the player suggests he might not be willing to lose him given he can’t sign a replacement.
The 29-year-old made 26 appearances in all competitions for Wolves last season, starting 19 of those games and has started two of their four Europa League games this season.