Following six very good years with Wolverhampton Wanderers, Romain Saïss decided this year was one for a change.

The Morocco international ran down his contract at the Molineux, meaning he is now a free agent, but it won’t take long for him to have a new club.

Said to have interest from all over Europe, the defender will be heading to Turkey next season, as RMC Sport’s Loïc Tanzi reports he will sign for Besiktas ‘tomorrow’.

That means the 32-year-old is set to bounce back from his Wolves exit very quickly, and will be heading to a club who finished sixth in the Süper Lig last year.

Signing from Angers in 2016, Saïss helped Wolverhampton Wanderers for two years in the Championship before being a regular in the Premier LEague for them.

He can boast 206 appearances for Wolves, during which he scored 15 goals, and picked up three assists.

Saïss was often picked by Bruno Lage in the recently finished season, but at 32 years of age, he clearly felt a new adventure was needed.