Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew has hinted that he would consider working abroad but only in the future after his current contract has expired.

The Palace manager was quoted by the Evening Standard as saying: “I think at some stage international football, of some degree, is something I’d look at, for sure,” he admitted.”

Pardew’s latest revelation sparked a media storm in Turkey as Beşiktaş had made him an offer over the summer transfer window according to French source Foot Mercato.

Palace are sixth in the Premier League table just nine points off league leaders Leicester City.

Beşiktaş are currently coached by Şenol Güneş who replaced Slaven Bilic over the summer and the Black Eagles currently sit at the top of the Turkish Super League as well as their Europa League group.

The Istanbul giants have the chance to book a place in the Europa League Round of 32 with just a point from their final game against Sporting Lisbon. Beşiktaş could also qualify even if they lose should Lokomotiv Moscow drop points against Skenderbeu.

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