Fanatik claim Besiktas have offered West Ham United €1m to loan Javier Hernandez for the second half of the season.
Yesterday we covered a report from Turkey which stated the Istanbul club are lining up an offer for the Mexico international and that their president Fikret Orman has plans to travel to London.
The Turkish newspaper now reports talks are set to continue in the coming weeks and that Orman will meet with the West Ham hierarchy to get a possible deal done.
It’s claimed Besiktas also want a right of redemption on Hernandez but Fanatik say this will become clearer after the meeting in England.
Besiktas are looking to add a striker to their squad in the next transfer window after losing Cenk Tosun and Alvaro Negredo this year.
With Vagner Love being linked with a move to Santos, Hernandez is seen as a prime target for the Super Lig club.
The former Manchester United is struggling to get games under Manuel Pellegrini, so a loan deal could be a solution for both Besiktas and West Ham, if the footballer wants to leave.