Takvim report Galatasaray have upped their offer to €2m to loan Leicester City attacker Ahmed Musa for the season.
According to Takvim, Galatasaray officials see signing Musa getting a lot harder after the player scored two goals against Iceland last week, but will do what they can to secure the Nigeria international.
The Turkish newspaper report Galatasaray are ready to offer the Leicester City player €3m a season, should a decision be made within in the next ten days on whether the Nigerian heads to Istanbul.
It’s also claimed Wolverhampton Wanderers are still in the mix to sign Musa after being linked with the Leicester City man a few weeks ago.
Last month we covered reports from Turkey that Wolves had tabled an offer for the Nigerian, but the player rejected this.
Wolves are looking to strengthen their squad after promotion to the Premier League, but the Turkish press believe the player wants to move there. That could of course be bias and wishful thinking, and if Wolves made a strong move it’s hard to believe Musa would completely dismiss it.