Everton have reportedly given Davy Klaassen the green light to leave Goodison Park according to reports in Turkey.
The Fanatik sports newspaper claim that the Toffees have agreed to loan Klaassen to Besiktas.
Per the source, the only decision that remains is a one-year or two-year deal.
Besiktas want the Netherlands international on a two-year deal with an option to buy.
The Merseyside based outfit meanwhile would prefer a one-year temporary move.
Black Eagles manager Senol Gunes is keen on pushing the deal through.
Former Besiktas player Cenk Tosun has meanwhile, given Klaassen a glowing reference as far as the club is concerned.
Talks are reportedly ongoing between the two clubs, Besiktas want to include a clause in the two-year deal that would see them earn a percentage of a future transfer in return for developing the player and returning him to form.
Klaassen joined Everton on a £23.6m [BBC] move last summer under the stewardship of Ronald Koeman.
The 24-year-old struggled for playing time following the appointment of Sam Allardyce as manager.
With Big Sam now out the picture it remains to be seen what plans current manager Marco Silva has for Klaassen.