Ghana international, Edwin Gyasi is set to hold talks with officials with Turkish Super Lig side, Besiktas.
The talented pacy winger has been on the radar of the Eagles for years, however, Black and White will finally get their main this summer.
Gyasi’s contract with Bulgarian side, CSKA Sofia ends this summer.
Despite many offers on the table for the 28-year-old, he is set to hold talks with the officials of the club.
“Of course I want to look into the other offers as well,” he exclusively told Modernghana.com.
“I think Besiktas is a good club with a great history and a huge fan base and I think anyone would like to play for them
“The Turkish League is a strong league with good teams and good players that can give me good competition,” he added.
Before the suspension of football activities, Gyasi was a key man for Sofia and losing him this summer will be a big blow to the Armymen.
Gyasi would have wrapped up a deal with Besiktas but the coronavirus outbreak halted the discussions.
He has had stints at Dutch top flight side Roda JC Kerkrade, FC Twente, AZ Alkmaar, Heracles Almelo as well as De Graafchap.
Gyasi made his senior debut for the Ghana national football team in a 5-1 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification win over Congo on 5 September 2017.