The 29-year-old first appeared on both Premier League side's shortlists last summer, after the powerhouse defender helped guide Croatia into the World Cup final before eventually losing to France.
A 71-time Croatia international, Vida was magnificent at the World Cup and was commended for his no-nonsense style of defending. Croatia conceded six goals in Vida's six World Cup appearances, with three going into extra time.
Both West Ham and Everton were keen in the summer, but the Hammers signed Issa Diop and Fabian Balbuena while Everton landed Yerry Mina and Kurt Zouma. But the duo are still interested, according to the report.
It is believed that the SuperLig outfit will be willing to wave goodbye to Vida if a fee of £10.8million is tabled for Vida's services - a fee which all four interested parties are more than capable of affording. He has a contract until June 2022.
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