Everton striker Cenk Tosun has received offers from England and Germany ahead of a potential move this month.
That’s according to NTV Spor, who also add Turkish side Besiktas into the mix of clubs competing for his signature.
Tosun is expected to leave Everton in January, having found himself as second fiddle to Dominic Calvert-Lewin at Goodison Park.
That’s not ideal, with the striker needing regular game time if he is to be a part of Turkey’s squad for the European Championships.
He’s been heavily linked with a return to Turkey and former club Besiktas have made it clear they’d like him, while West Bromwich Albion and clubs in Germany are also said to be interested.
NTV Spor cover that today and say Tosun has received offers from three clubs so far, two from Germany and one from England.
They state that West Brom, Schalke and Hertha Berlin have already contacted Everton for the Turkish striker while Besiktas have also ‘started initiatives’ to bring him back to the club.
Everton would prefer to keep the 29-year-old in their squad, but he is ‘considering’ a move elsewhere so he can get more game time ahead of the Euros.
He is yet to make a definite decision about a move but will ‘evaluate the situation’ after meeting with the club, although there’s no mention of when that meeting is scheduled for.
Should he decide to leave, though, it seems he will have plenty of options in front of him.