Football agent Ahmet Bulut has advised his client Beşiktaş winger Gökhan Töre to consider a move to Europe at the end of the season.
Bulut stated that Töre should make the move if he wants to become the next Arda Turan and confirmed that he has received offers.
“Atletico Madrid made an offer last summer but the bid fell below Beşiktaş’s asking price and the club wanted him to stay at least another season,” Bulut told Fanatik.
“I can’t say if Gökhan will stay or league but if he wants to forge a career in Europe this summer would be ideal.
“I can’t say where he wants to go but if he wants to be like Arda he needs to consider it.”
Töre has had no shortage of suitors with Atleti making a bid and West Ham boss Slaven Bilic also confirming interest.
Bilic revealed that he tried to sign Beşiktaş winger Gökhan Töre at the start of the season in an interview with the Socrates magazine.
“Gökhan is a legend he is a top guy and a great player of course I would love to have him in the team,” Bilic said.
“I tried to sign him at the start of the season but it was not the right time.”
The Metro report that fellow Premier League outfit Arsenal are also considering a move for the Turkish international winger.
Töre is no stranger to England having first made a name for himself in the Chelsea youth setup before making his move to HSV and then Rubin Kazan before his transfer to Beşiktaş.
The explosive winger has six goals and eight assists in all competitions for the Black Eagles this season.