According to a claim in the Turkish media, Wolverhampton Wanderers have tabled a bid for Leicester City attacker Ahmed Musa.
The Nigeria international is currently on loan with CSKA Moscow and his future at Leicester City is uncertain.
Sabah have reported Musa could be heading to Turkey in the summer transfer window, with Galatasaray leading the way to sign the player.
The Turkish side are on the verge of grabbing a place in next season’s Champions League, which could appeal to Musa.
However, it’s reported Wolves are also monitoring the situation with Musa as they look to bolster their squad for next season.
Last month Wolves were promoted to the Premier League and since then the Championship champions have been linked with a host of players.
Despite Wolves reported interest, the Turkish press believe, and maybe hope, Musa will snub a move back to England after his struggles at Leicester City.
With the Galatasaray, Besiktas and Fenerbahce recently being linked with the Nigerian a move to Turkey looks more likely, with claims the player would be open to playing in the Turkish Super Lig.
CSKA Moscow are also said to be interested retaining the player when his loan spell with the Russian club expires next month.