Besiktas striker Cyle Larin, who’s currently on loan at Belgian club Zulte Waregem, has gone to FIFA to make a complaint about the Turkish club over unpaid wages from last season.

The Canadian striker is said to be looking to terminate his contract with the Super Lig side and become a free agent, and Fotospor claim Leeds United could be behind this move.

It’s reported the Championship side remain interested in signing Larin, and they are looking to sign him on a free if he manages to terminate his contract with Besiktas.

Leeds United’s legal team reportedly got in touch with the Canadian striker urging him to contact FIFA so that they don’t need to pay a transfer fee for him this summer.

Fotospor say Larin signed an agreement last year which said he wasn’t due any unpaid wages, but they report the situation has now changed with the guidance of Leeds United’s legal team.

Recent reports from the Turkish media suggested Zulte are no longer looking to activate his €2.5m redemption clause due to the Coronavirus outbreak.

Larin’s contract with Besiktas will expire at the end of June 2022.