Besiktas are set to hold talks with Arsenal over the future of Mohamed Elneny.
A source close to the Super Lig giants informed Turkish-Football that recently appointed manager Sergen Yalcin, the technical team and board are all pleased with Elneny and are keen on him staying on beyond the end of the season.
Yalcin has given the board the green light to push ahead with trying to extend Elneny’s stay at the club.
Besiktas will send a delegation to London for talks with Arsenal to keep him on at the Super Lig side beyond the end of the season.
Arsenal included an €18m buy clause in his loan contract when he signed for Besiktas.
Elneny is under contract at the north London based outfit until 2022.
Elneny still keeps in touch with Arsenal teammates.
Mesut Ozil recently paid Elneny a visit in Turkey during the Premier League’s inaugural winter break.
The 27-year-old has made 23 appearances in all competitions this season.
Besiktas are currently 7th in the Super Lig just six points behind leaders Sivasspor.