Sevilla Target Turkey International Irfan Can Kahveci, West Ham & Fenerbahce Also Interested

Basaksehir's Irfan Can Kahveci (L) vies with Braga's Fabio Martins (R) during the UEFA Europa League Group C football match between Istanbul Basaksehir FK and SC Braga at the Fatih Terim Stadium in Istanbul, on December 7, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / OZAN KOSE (Photo credit should read OZAN KOSE/AFP/Getty Images)

Basaksehir star Irfan Can Kahveci faces growing interest after an impressive season for the Super Lig outfit.

A source close to the player revealed to Turkish-Football that Sevilla are among several sides from Spain, Italy and Germany interested in Kahveci.

Scouts from Spain, Italy, England and Germany have been scouting Kahveci and kept tabs on his recent performances for the national side.

Sevilla, in particular, have expressed a strong interest in Kahveci but Fenerbahce are also keen on the Basaksehir ace.

Kahveci’s price tag could end up being an issue for the Yellow Canaries who have their hands tied due to FFP constraints.

West Ham have had a long-term interest in the midfielder but he could struggle to get a work permit to play in England – he would be able to play in Spain, Italy and Germany.

The central midfielder impressed in the 2-1 victory over Greece last week and provided an assist in the 2-0 win against Uzbekistan on Sunday.

Kahveci has eight international caps for Turkey and has been called up for the squad that will face France and Iceland next week for the next round of 2020 European Championship qualifiers.

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The 23-year-old creative midfielder who can play centrally or in a more advanced role. Despite being an attacking player he also has defensive qualities. Kahveci averaged 1.2 interceptions and 1.5 tackles per-game last term.

Kahveci pulled the strings in the Basaksehir attack with his impressive passing range and intelligence. He also possesses a dangerous left foot and is renowned for his long-range shooting and ability to open up opposition defences with diagonal and through balls.

He was one of the stars of the 2018-19 season for Basaksehir. The Istanbul minnows went neck and neck with Galatasaray in the title race.

The Basaksehir ace wrapped up the season with four goals and five assists in 32 games and has two years remaining on his contract.