According to a claim in the Turkish media, Besiktas midfielder Oguzhan Ozyakup could still extend his contract with the Turkish champions, but a modest buyout clause would be implemented into the deal.
The Turkey international’s contract will expire in the summer, and subsequently he’s been strongly linked with a move to Everton.
Haberler have reported on the latest developments with regards to Ozyakup’s future with Besiktas, and they claim he could sign in the coming days.
However, if Ozyakup signs his extension a termination fee of €12m will be included in the new deal, which could suggest he will still be leaving Besiktas, but he wants the Turkish club to get a transfer fee.
Yesterday we covered reports from Turkey that Ozyakup could be leaving at the end of the season, which coincides with recent claims Everton are in talks to sign the player.
Last week it was claimed talks are progressing between Everton and Ozyakup’s agent Kees Vos. The Dutch agent also confirmed last month Everton are interested in his client.