It appears that Daniel Farke is set to bounce back almost immediately from his dismissal at Norwich City by heading to Turkey.
Earlier on Thursday, it was announced that Besiktas were parting ways with Sergen Yalcin, and it seems they already had the German up their sleeve.
According to Sport 1 journalist Patrick Berger, Farke, who spent just over four years in charge at Carrow Road, ‘is set to become the new manager’ of the Turkish club.
He is expected to ‘sign a long-term contract’, and a decision will be made ‘within the next 48 hours’.
Daniel Farke (45/former Norwich City) is set to become the new manager of Besiktas Istanbul. He will replace Sergen Yalcin and sign a long-term-contract. Decision within the next 48 hours. ⚪️⚫️ @SPORT1
— Patrick Berger (@berger_pj) December 9, 2021
Arriving from Borussia Dortmund where he was they B-team manager, the now 45-year-old was a success at Norwich during his time there, helping them get promoted twice, including last season.
However, a string of early bad results ended his stay there in early November, dismissed after they managed to get their first win of the season.
During his time at Norwich, Farke oversaw 208 games, won 88, drew 47 and lost 73, averaging around 1.5 point per game.