Besiktas are ready to sell striker Cyle Larin this summer if they receive a ‘good offer’ from one of his suitors, such as West Ham and Everton.

That’s according to FotoMaç, who say the Turkish side are keen to sell the striker, who will be entering the final year of his contract at the club, and make a big profit on him in the process.

They explain that the striker, who has 18 goals and four assists in 37 games this season, has ‘doubled’ his price since arriving at the club last year.

He was signed from Zulte Waregem last year for €4m, but the belief is that he has now doubled that to at least €9m following his displays this year.

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Indeed, he has already ‘entered the agenda’ of European team, with several Premier League sides believed to have taken notice of him, according to reports in Turkey.

West Ham are one of those, with it stated they were ‘preparing to knock’ on Besiktas door come the summer.

Everton have also been linked but were told that any effort to include Cenk Tosun, who is currently on loan at his former club but out injured, would be rejected.

There’s been no mention of either club since those reports, and FotoMaç don’t name them here; all they do is make it clear that Besiktas are willing to sell, so there could be a deal if they want it.

Whether €9m is enough remains to be seen, with €15m having also been mentioned as an asking price previously, but either is a price that Everton and West Ham could easily afford if they do decide to make their move.