West Ham set to make bid for £14.5m Arsenal target

Besiktas' midfielder Gokhan Tore celebrates scoring past Club Brugge's goalkeeper from Australia Mathew Ryan during in the UEFA Europa League round of 16 match between Club Brugge KV and Besiktas JK in Bruges on March 12, 2015. AFP PHOTO/EMMANUEL DUNAND (Photo credit should read EMMANUEL DUNAND/AFP/Getty Images)

West Ham boss Slaven Bilic has revealed that the Hammers could make another bid for Beşiktaş winger Gökhan Töre.

“We made Gökhan an offer over the summer which fell through but it could still go ahead in the future everything is possible in football,” Bilic told Fanatik in a recent interview.

The Turkish international winger had the best season of his career under the stewardship of Bilic last year scoring nine times and providing 11 assists.

Bilic was manager of Beşiktaş for two seasons and guided the Black Eagles to the Europa League quarter-finals last season.

Töre has hit the ground running again this season and has five assists and a goal in seven league games – the highest assist record in the league.

The Metro report that Arsenal are preparing a £14.5 million move for the Beşiktaş winger and that the Gunners have been keeping close tabs on him.

The 23-year-old does have experience playing in England having first made a name for himself in the Chelsea youth setup.

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