Junior Messias has ended up on the radar of Besiktas and after securing the arrival of Ante Rebic, the Turkish club could make a new push for the Brazilian. In the coming days, they could improve their offer as per a report.
Messias is no longer part of Milan’s plans and he has thus been linked with quite a few clubs this summer. As we reported earlier today, Torino have offered €3m for the winger while Besiktas want him on a loan deal.
However, the 32-year-old would prefer to stay in Italy and Milan also want to make a small capital gain, asking for around €7m. Gianluca Di Marzio added earlier this evening that Besiktas are evaluating the situation and they could subsequently improve their offer.
In the next 48 hours, as per the report, Besiktas could raise their offer and Messias is also pondering the move. It remains to be seen if an agreement can be reached between all parties but it must be stated there is plenty of time to negotiate.
Besiktas have already secured the arrival of Rebic and could perhaps take two outcasts off Milan’s hands this summer, in other words.