Arsenal goalkeeper David Ospina continues to be linked with a move to Besiktas.
Turkish-Football reported earlier today that the Black Eagles have agreed personal terms with the Colombia international but that a deal has yet to be struck with Arsenal.
Sky Sports are now also reporting that personal terms have been agreed.
The problem is the Black Eagles ideally want to either loan Ospina or sign him for a minimal fee, below the £5m Arsenal have been demanding.
Besiktas do have until the end of the month to complete the deal as unlike the Premier League the transfer window shuts on 31 August.
Club president Fikret Orman was in London yesterday and today with his transfer committee, talks were held over Ospina during the visit.
The Colombia international will not be completing his move today.
The 29-year-old was spotted in team training today for the North London outfit.
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Besiktas have made signing a new keeper a priority after parting with Fabri who joined Fulham on a £5.3m deal.