Mario Pasalic could be on his way to join Galatasaray.
The Chelsea star joined AC Milan on loan last summer.
After a tough start at the San Siro, he eventually proved himself as a first-team regular and impressed.
The 22-year-old’s agent, Marko Naletic, claimed last month that his client wanted to remain at Milan.
“Mario is really happy at Milan; he wants to stay. That’s what he thinks, but it depends on many factors. It’s fundamental that he plays, that he be taken into consideration.
“It’s clear that a club’s plans are important, especially with regards to the time Pasalic could get. I think we’ll have a talk with the club at the end of the season. We’re serene; we’re not in a hurry.” – He said.
However, as reported by the Turkish news outlet Milliyet, a move to Istanbul now appears to be on the cards.
Galatasaray manager Igor Tudor is looking to strengthen his side this summer.
And it’s claimed he’s offer £2.2m for Pasalic.
Milliyet claims the Turkish giants think they’ll get a concrete answer from Chelsea.
Blues manager Antonio Conte is expected to sell some fringe footballers in the coming weeks.
Burkina Faso international Bertrand Traore finalised a £9m move to Lyon yesterday having spent the last term on loan at Ajax.