Besiktas defender Domagoj Vida could reportedly move to the Premier League with Wolverhampton Wanderers and Tottenham Hotspur allegedly keen.

Tottenham Hotspur and Wolverhampton Wanderers are among the clubs who sent scouts to watch Croatian defender Domagoj Vida in action over the weekend, as reported by Fotomac.

The experienced centre-back was one of the most in-demand players around last year after he helped his side reach the World Cup final for the first time and it seems things are no different heading into the 2019 summer transfer window.

Vida has enjoyed another impressive season at Bestikas and it seems that he is once again on the radar of several Premier League clubs.

Takvim reported recently that Spurs are hoping to reinforce their backline by landing the versatile 29-year-old while Wolves have also made enquiry, according to Spox, with Vida apparently available for a bargain £13 million.

And it seems that the Premier League duo are stepping up their interest. Fotomac claims that scouts from Wolves and Tottenham were in the stands as Besiktas lost 2-0 against their Istanbul neighbours Galatasaray on Sunday.

Interestingly, relegated Fulham are also keen on Vida. Whether they can afford to pay £13 million after their return to the Championship remains to be seen but it is no secret that the Cottagers have been rather shaky at the back this season – a commanding defender like Vida would be well received.

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