Star claim Galatasaray have agreed personal terms with Tottenham Hotspur forward Fernando Llorente and now the Turkish club are looking to convince the Premier League club over a deal.
Galatasaray are in the market for a striker and according to reports this month Llorente is a target for the Istanbul club. The Super Lig club sold Bafétimbi Gomis in the last transfer window and they’ve been linked with a host of No.9s in recent months.
It was claimed Greek giants Olympiacos are also in the mix to sign the Spanish striker, but Star say Galatasaray have managed to beat them and have an agreement with the player.
The Turkish newspaper report Galatasaray officials will now talk with Tottenham to hopefully finalise the January transfer.
It’s reported Cim Bom are ready to pay €1m to Tottenham to sign Llorente, who will be a free agent at the end of the season. That doesn’t sound like enough.