In 2018, Bilal Başaçıkoğlu left Feyenoord for Turkish club Kayserispor and signed a three-year deal with them.

However, the 24-year-old terminated his contract with Kayserispor last week due to ‘serious financial arrears’ and that has made him a free agent now.

According to ELF Voetbal, clubs in England are looking at the winger and the list includes Leicester City, Norwich City and Hull City.

It’s claimed the Netherlands-born Turkey U21 international is of ‘interest’ for Brendan Rodgers’ side and the Canaries, along with the Championship side. His current situation means the three clubs can sign Başaçıkoğlu on a free transfer.

Regarding Başaçıkoğlu’s style of play, ELF Voetbal explains he is a ‘fast winger with a lot of depth in his game’. They further add he is most likely suited in a 4-3-3 formation.

With the interest from Leicester, Norwich and Hull, the Dutch football magazine decided to get in touch with his representative, Yalcin Zöhre.

“These are beautiful clubs, all with a rich history. Therefore, I can neither confirm nor deny the interest,” Zöhre said.