Fanatik claim Turkish giants Fenerbahce, Besiktas and Galatasaray are showing an interest in Leicester City attacker Ahmed Musa ahead of the summer transfer window.
The Leicester City player is currently on loan with CSKA Moscow, and according to Fanatik he would be interested in a move to Turkey this summer.
The Turkish newspaper report the Nigerian international received an offer from Galatasaray during the last transfer window but eventually ended up at CSKA Moscow instead.
Galatasaray reportedly offered €3.5m per season to the Leicester City outcast, but due to the presidential elections going on at the time he moved elsewhere.
It’s claimed Fenerbahce manager Aykut Kocaman is a big admirer of Musa but any move for the player will depend on who’ll be the next president of the club.
Besiktas are reportedly looking to replace Cenk Tosun with a pacy forward and Fanatik say Musa is a target.
Musa has been in decent form since joining CSKA on loan in January, scoring 6 goals in 15 matches, and the Russian club could be interested in retaining the Nigerian.