There’s a claim in the Turkish media that Everton forward Cenk Tosun is back on the agenda of his former club Besiktas.
The Turkey international has been linked with a return to the Black Eagles in recent months and with his situation unlikely to change at Everton he could look to find regular first team football in the new year.
Aksam report on Besiktas’ interest in Tosun and say the Super Lig club’s manager Abdullah Avci has given his approval to re-sign the Everton player.
Avci is keen to bring in a partner for Burak Yılmaz during the next transfer window as the club look to maintain their title challenge. It’s also reported the Besiktas boss wants to sign a forward who can play in the wide attacking positions and Aksam say signing Tosun would ‘kill two birds with one stone’.
Tosun’s future on Merseyside looks uncertain due to the lack of chances he’s had under Marco Silva this season. With Turkey securing their place at Euro 2020, the attacker will be looking to get games during the second half of the campaign and a loan move could be on the agenda.
There have also been reports of interest from Spain and Italy.