Galatasaray have entered talks with Chelsea over the transfer of Marko Marin according to the Sabah newspaper.
The report claims that Marin who is currently on-loan at Trabzonspor is unhappy at the club will submit a request to the Turkish Football Federation to terminate his contract on grounds that he has not been paid.
Galatasaray would be able to sign Marin if he were to sever ties with the Black Sea Storm.
The Lions general security Fatih İşbecer is currently in London and the repot claims that he is in talks with Chelsea over the possibility of a January move for Marin.
Marin joined the Turkish Super League club on a one-year loan with a future buyout clause over the summer.
The 26-year-old winger has one goal and four assists in all competitions for Black Sea based side this season.
Marin is one of two Blues players who joined a top-flight Turkish club on a temporary move.
Nigerian international Kenneth Omeruo joined Kasımpaşa on a one-year loan with a future buyout clause option over the summer.
— David Longueira (@davidlongueira) December 28, 2015