Everton winger Yannick Bolasi has been closely linked with a move to Fenerbahce this summer.
The Fanatik sports newspaper report that the Yellow Canaries have made a loan offer for the 29-year-old.
Per the source, the Toffees have been offered a €3m loan fee but Fenerbahce want a future buyout clause included in the deal.
Everton and the Super Lig outfit have been locked in negotiations over Bolasie.
Fenerbahce sporting director, Damien Comolli, is set to travel to England within the next two days for crunch talks with the club and player.
The Istanbul based outfit are determined to conclude transfer business before the start of the Champions League playoff rounds.
Time is running out, Fenerbahce have signed just two players, 18-year-old goalkeeper Berke Ozer and Baris Alici, both from Altinordu.
The squad currently has one first-choice striker, Roberto Soldado, who is out injured and is in need of attacking reinforcements on the wings.
Everton signed Bolasie for £30m [Sky Sports] from Crystal Palace in 2016.
The Congo international has another three-years remaining on his contract.
The experienced winger struggled with injuries last season scoring just once in 16 Premier League appearances.