Reports in Turkey suggest that Besiktas want up to €15m for Gokhan Tore - and Tottenham aren't alone in wanting to sign him.
According to Turkish newspaper Takvim, Besiktas winger Gokhan Tore will cost around €15m this summer, with a number of clubs interested in signing him.
Tore, 23, is famed for having signed for Chelsea back in 2009, but he failed to make an appearances for the club before moving on to Hamburg in 2011.
After a poor spell with Rubin Kazan in the 2012/13 season, Tore tried his hand at Turkish football, joining Besiktas initially on loan before completing a permanent move last summer.
Now, the Turkish international appears to be at home, hitting 11 goals in 62 games for Slaven Bilic's men - and attracting plenty of interest in the process.
Reports from Turkish website Aksam in January suggested that Tottenham had eyed up a move to bring Tore back to the Premier League, with manager Mauricio Pochettino seemingly looking to add another winger.
Yet now, Takvim report that Besiktas will demand a fee of around €15m (£11m) in order to part with Tore, but Tottenham aren't the only team interested.
Takvim suggest that Atletico Madrid and Valencia are looking to take him to Spain, whilst Chelsea and West Ham were also watching him in Besiktas' Europa League clash against Liverpool on Thursday.
With a growing list of admirers, Tore could well be hot property this summer - and whilst Tottenham were believed to be leading the race for his signature in January, reports in Turkey suggest that a bidding war could be on the cards.