Turkish side Besiktas have started planning for next season after their draw against Galatasaray last weekend means that they have little chance of winning the Super Lig.

Fotospor report the Istanbul club need to comply with FFP, so they could look to sell some of their prized assets.

It’s claimed Besiktas will be looking to replace Liverpool loanee Loris Karius with PSV’s goalkeeper Jeroen Zoet, and the club’s manager Sergen Yalcin has also identified different players for other positions.

In order to bring in the Dutchman, Fotospor report Besiktas are looking to sell some of their players, with Dorukhan Tokoz said to be a target for Watford.

Prior to his injury he was linked with a move to the Premier League, and Fotospor today report Watford are interested in signing the 23 year old, along with Serie A side Udinese.

Nigel Pearson could look to strengthen his squad if Watford manage to maintain their Premier League status, and Tokoz could be one of his options.

The Turkish midfielder has been out with a knee injury since October, but he recently returned to first-team training.

With regards to Karius it seems very likely he will return to Liverpool at the end of the season due to Besiktas not being able to pay his redemption fee.