West Ham boss Slaven Bilic has urged the transfer of Besiktas winger Gokhan Tore to go ahead according to Fanatik.
The report claims that Bilic is keen on the transfer and that he has contacted Tore and the Hammers regarding an update.
West Ham made a loan offer for Besiktas which club president Fikret Orman rejected. The deal was reported to be a £3 million loan fee with a £13 million buyout clause option.
“We received a loan offer with a buyout clause option which we rejected,” Orman stated in his press-conference.
The Hammers are still in talks with the Black Eagles over a permanent transfer deal but a deal has yet to be agreed.
West Ham are reported to have already agreed personal terms with Tore who wants to make the move a source close to the club told Turkish-football.com.
Tore is reported to be keen on a move to West Ham and has a close relationship with Slaven Bilic having played under his command for the past two-seasons prior to his move to West Ham.