Besiktas defender Domagoj Vida continues to be closely linked with a Premier League move.
The latest transfer story relating to Vida was reported by the Sabah newspaper, claiming Liverpool, Everton and Leicester City have all requested transfer talks with Besiktas over their star man.
The Black Eagles have finally released a statement regarding the future of the 29-year-old centre-back.
Besiktas press officer Metin Albayrak admitted offers have been made which the club are considering but did not reveal names of the interested parties or the bids received.
Albayrak said: “We have received offers for Vida and we are considering them but that does not mean he will definitely leave.
“Every player has a price, we will make a final decision in accordance with our budget and interests.”
Besiktas have not set a valuation but would be unlikely to accept a fee below €20 million for the centre-back.
The club are unlikely to make a final decision before the end of the tournament in Russia.
Vida joined the Black Eagles in January on a free transfer from Dynamo Kiev and has another four-years remaining on his contract.
The powerful defender has played an important role in Croatia reaching the World Cup final.
Vida has started every game and scored in extra-time and the penalty shootout against Russia in the quarter-finals.
The Besiktas ace is likely to start alongside Dejan Lovren for Croatia against France in the final on Sunday.