Earlier today we brought you a report from L’Equipe that stated Tottenham forward Georges-Kévin Nkoudou was on his way to Turkey.

The 24-year-old has never made the grade at Spurs, despite plenty of chances from Mauricio Pochettino, and they’ve never held back from the fact he could leave.

Besiktas are happy to sign him, and L’Equipe reported the two clubs had agreed on a deal and he was expected to leave ‘in the coming hours’.

There were some final details to finalise, but it appeared a move was progressing quickly and all parties were more than happy with the arrangement.

It seems they have sorted those final details, with Turkish journalist Firat Gunayer reporting the deal has been completed and Nkoudou is on his way to Besiktas to finalise the move this evening.

The same journalist reported he will earn €1.6m a year at the Turkish club, with L’Equipe saying it is a four-year deal on the table.

Tottenham will make €5m from his sale, which will see them recoup close to half of the money they initially paid for him, as well as get 50% of any future sale.