Everton Star Claimed to Have Rejected Offer for Summer Move To Club

 Everton Star Claimed to Have Rejected Offer for Summer Move To Club

Everton striker Cenk Tosun is claimed to have turned down an offer from Besiktas despite recent reports that he has agreed a deal to return to the Turkish side.

Tosun’s contract at Goodison Park expires in the summer, and he is anticipated to leave as a free agent in pursuit of more consistent playing time.

He is desired by Besiktas, where he is still a popular character and a reliable goalscorer.

Tosun is said to have signed an agreement with the Turkish giants last week on a three-year deal worth around €1 million.

However, according to Turkish newspaper Takvim, the striker turned down Besiktas’ demands.

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On Sunday, Tosun attended the Super Lig match between Besiktas and Galatasaray, a day after meeting with Kara Kartallar sporting director Ceyhun Kazanci, who offered him a contract.

However, the Everton midfielder rejected down Besiktas’ offer, and more talks between the two clubs are set to take place.

It’s unclear whether the Toffees midfielder will return to Besiktas for a third season after receiving attention from other clubs.