Turkish newspaper Sabah report Besiktas defender Domagoj Vida has told the club’s board he would like them to evaluate offers which come in for him.
The Croatia international has been linked with a move to Everton this summer after claims last week the Toffees have tabled two differing bids for the player.
According to Sabah, Vida could be interested in a move this summer and wants the club to listen to offers.
Vida has been impressing for his country at the World Cup, which has brought him again to the attention of Everton. The Premier League side were linked with the player before he joined Beskitas in January, and have been the most linked club this summer, with Sabah mentioning them again today.
It’s claimed Besiktas president Orman is ready to listen to offers for Vida, with Everton, West Ham and Fulham interested, but he won’t be rushed into selling the player.
Sahah say Everton have tabled a bid in the region of €18m, which is said to the most ‘serious proposal’ to be be offered for the player.
Last week there were reports in Turkey that Everton have offered €15m for the central defender, but also €10m plus Davy Klaassen for a season long loan.
Liverpool don’t get a mention in the Sabah report.