Sunderland are set to offer Fenerbahçe striker Moussa Sow a four-year deal according to Lequipe.
Sow is under contract with Fenerbahçe until 2016 but has yet to extend his current agreement. Talks between Fenerbahçe and Sow over a contract extension have reportedly stalled.
The Senegalese international has been linked with a move to England and France over the past season.
Sow has never made any secret of his desire to play Premier League football and stated that it would be a dream come true to play in England while in a recent interview.
“My dream is to play in the Premier League, because you progress as a player with the atmosphere, goals and game,” Sow told NTV Spor.
Sow joined the Istanbul giants on a £10 million move from Ligue 1 outfit Lille in 2012. The experienced striker was Ligue 1 goal king and lifted the league title before joining the Turkish giants.
The 29-year-old striker has won the Süper Lig, two Turkish Cups and the Turkish Super Cup with the Yellow Canaries.
Sow scored a total of 16 goals and provided eight assists in all competitions this season despite playing much of the season out of position out wide on the wing.
The Fenerbahçe star has a total of 12 goals in 37 international caps for Senegal.