Chelsea ace Mohammed Salah is set to leave Stamford Bridge this January, with Besiktas now also interested in the former Basel winger, Daily Star reports.
Salah only joined the Blues at the beginning of the year, but the Egyptian has failed to impress manager Jose Mourinho after making an £11million move.
And while being benched for most of his time at Chelsea, several clubs have inquired over his availability.
Russian side Spartak Moscow were the first to moot their interest, with manager Muray Yakin admitting he was keen to sign the 22-year-old.
However Yakin is set to face some stiff competition from Turkish outfit Besiktas, whose president Fikret Orman publically revealed his desire to sign Salah next month.
“He is a good player. We are interested,” he said.
But despite being regularly sidelined, Mourinho insists that the ‘Egyptian Messi’ will not be leaving the club until at least the end of the campaign.
Salah has only played five games for the Blues this season, scoring no goals.