Fenerbahce are reported to be edging closer to striking a deal with Everton over the loan transfer of Yannick Bolasie according to reports in the British and Turkish media.
A Spor report that talks with the Toffees are ongoing but the Super Lig outfit are determined to get a deal done.
Per the source, Cenk Tosun has given Bolasie advice regarding a potential move to Istanbul.
The report claims that Tosun spoke highly of his former city and Fenerbahce, despite the club being rivals to his former side Besiktas.
The Fanatik sports newspaper report that Fenerbahce have made a one-year loan offer that would include a £1.3m [€1.5m] fee.
Toffees boss Marco Silva reportedly wants to assess his players before making a decision over their future.
Everton signed Bolasie for £30m [Sky Sports] from Crystal Palace back in 2016 and does have another three-years remaining on his contract
Fenerbahce signed two players today, 18-year-old keeper Berke Ozer and 21-year-old winger Baris Alici from Altinordu.
The Super Lig outfit want to complete their summer signings before the start of the Champions League playoff rounds.
The club aim to settle the squad under recently appointed manager Phillip Cocu before the key European games.