Besiktas and AEK Athens are interested in a move for former Wolverhampton Wanderers forward Bright Enobakhare following his exit from the club last month.
The player ended a six-year spell with Wolves last month, having originally joined the club as a youngster in 2014.
He spent those five years out on loan at various clubs, playing for the likes of Kilmarnock in Scotland and both Coventry and Wigan in League One and the Championship.
Regular playing time was seemingly not on offer at Wolves, though, with him failing to make a single Premier League appearance for the club, after managing 41 during their time in the Championship.
That led him and the club to decide to part ways midway through last month as his contract was expiring at the end of the season.
He is now on the hunt for a new home and may have options in both Greece and Turkey if TuttoMercatoWeb are to be believed.
They report the striker can ‘soon fly far from England’ as both AEK Athens and Besiktas ‘would be interested’ in offering him deals.
The website makes no mention of what sort of contract they are thinking about, or even if there have been any initial contacts, just that the interest is there.
It seems, though, unlike many players who are facing somewhat uncertain times at present, Enobakhare may have plenty of options to choose from when it comes to picking his next destination.