Manchester United keeper Anders Lindegaard is set for a loan move to Besiktas, according to the Sabah.
The Turkish club have already made an enquiry for Lindegaard and Man United are open to letting him leave.
Besiktas had previously been linked with a move for Victor Valdes but head coach Senol Gunes vetoed the potential transfer as he felt the Spaniard would disrupt the balance of his squad.
Lindegaard joined United in 2010 but he has struggled for first-team opportunities at Old Trafford.
The goalkeeping situation at United is currently in a state of disarray, with Lindegaard, David de Gea and Valdes all facing uncertain futures at the club.
Sergio Romero was brought in this summer and he has started in all of United’s games so far this campaign.
For a club of United’s stature to have such uncertainty surrounding some of their key players at this point in the season is worrying, to say the least. De Gea’s future, in particular, needs sorting out and quickly so United can focus on the matter at hand.