Besiktas are the latest club to be mentioned as a potential destination for Juventus striker Mario Mandzukic after Turkish newspaper Fanatik reported that the Turkish champions were interested in the Croatian.
Mandzukic was heavily linked with a switch to West Ham earlier this season with manager Slaven Bilic’s connection with his fellow countryman after managing the Juve star at international level, playing a role.
The 30 year old is still a key player for Bianconeri boss Massimiliano Allegri, with the forward starting 20 of the Serie A leaders 26 league games so far this season.
He has however had to play out of position on the left wing in some matches this campaign to make room for record signing Gonzalo Higuain, and he has managed just seven goals and five assists in 34 games in all competitions.
His future may depend on whether Juve manage to land their number one summer transfer target: Alexis Sanchez from Arsenal. The Italian media reports Allegri will likely change his formation to accommodate the Chilean if he lands the forward in the summer, leaving Mandzukic unlikely to feature.