Besiktas have offered €2million for Chelsea striker Loic Remy, according to Fanatik.
The Turkish newspaper reports that the Super Lig champions are determined to sign the Frenchman with club president Fikret Orman trying to secure a deal to land the 30 year old.
It is believed Beskitas have offered Remy a two year contact worth £50,000 a week. It will now be up to Chelsea to decide whether the transfer fee is an acceptable amount.
The forward signed from Queens Park Rangers for £11m in 2014 but never established himself in Chelsea’s first team. With just one year left on his contract, the Blues will have to take a hit on his sale as otherwise he will leave for nothing next summer.
Remy spent last season out on loan at Crystal Palace but hardly featured due to injury. He made just eight appearances in all competitions for the Eagles, starting just three times.