Fousseni Diabaté left French club Gazélec Ajaccio and made a switch to Leicester City last winter.
In the second half of last season, the midfielder made 14 appearances in the league, while he’s only featured once for the Foxes in the Premier League this term.
Limited playing time under Claude Puel’s guidance has seen the 23-year-old linked with a move away from the King Power Stadium on a temporary deal, if a report from France Football is to be believed.
It’s explained the player is attracting interest from Turkey as Fenerbahce are tracking him.
However, their league rivals Sivasspor could be the ones to secure his services as Diabaté ‘gets closer’ to joining them.
The report claims the Super Lig side have already made a loan offer to the French-born Malian midfielder’s entourage and they have agreed the proposal.
Now it is down to Leicester to quickly ‘position themselves’ for the loan deal to take shape.