Futbol Arena report Bournemouth forward Max Gradel has been offered to Galatasaray.
The Turkish football outlet say the 30 year old could be loaned out again by Bournemouth. It seems he’s not in the long terms of Eddie Howe and may need to move on.
According to Futbol Arena the Bournemouth player has been offered to Galatasaray by agents, and Gradel would be open to playing for the Turkish champions next season.
Due to FFP, the Turkish club are looking for cheaper options this summer and loaning Gradel fits their criteria.
It’s claimed Galatasaray are now ready to make an offer for Gradel but the final decision will be down to their manager Fatih Terim, who is currently considering his options.
The club have also been linked with a move for Leicester City’s Ahmed Musa, with claims this week they have an agreement with the player over a loan move.
Gradel spent last season on loan at Toulouse where he scored 11 goals.