Besiktas are willing to offload their star winger Gokhan Tore at the right price according to the clubs Vice-president Ahmet Nur Cebi.
“If they give €30 million we would have to think about it, we have to think about business as well,” Ahmet Nur Cebi stated when asked about Tore leaving at the end of the season.
West Ham United have been heavily linked with a move for the former Chelsea attacker since the appointment of Slaven Bilic. The former Croatia national team manager worked together with Tore during his two year spell at Besiktas.
Tore previously spent two years at Chelsea club before moving to Hamburg in Germany.
Besiktas are still under investigation from UEFA for Financial Fair Play and have to continue with a club policy geared towards selling key players.
The Black Eagles made £8.96 million profit thanks to the influx of Chinese money for Demba Ba and the sale of Atınç Nukan to German big spenders Leipzig.
Tore has eight assists and six goals in 28 appearances for Besiktas this season.