Besiktas have made a disastrous start to the season after only picking up four points in their opening four games.

The Black Eagles are missing their first choice striker Burak Yilmaz thorough injury and they’ve scored just six goals since he was sidelined.

Fotomac report the Turkish club are already preparing for the January transfer window and are targeting their former player Cenk Tosun, who’s currently struggling to get games at Everton under Marco Silva.

The Turkish striker was left out of the team during Sunday’s defeat against Bournemouth despite scoring a brace for Turkey in midweek against Moldova. Fotomac say Besiktas president Fikret Orman is looking to loan the player in the January transfer window.

It’s also reported Besiktas are preparing an 18-month loan offer for the 28 year old and they will open talks with Everton in the near future.

Yesterday we covered reports from Turkey that Tosun may consider leaving Everton if his situation doesn’t improve in the coming months.

Medipol Basaksehir are also said to be interested.