Galatasaray want €3.5 million for Nordin Amrabat according to Turkish newspaper Hürriyet.
Amrabat is currently on loan at Malaga but still has two-years left on his contract at Galatasaray.
“We want €3.5 million upfront for Amrabat, if we receive the price we want upfront we are willing to sell,” Galatasaray board member Ali Dürüst was quoted as saying in the Hürriyet.
Malaga officials recently travelled to Istanbul to hold talks with Galatasary over making his loan stay permanent.
West Ham and West Brom are also reported to be interested in the 28-year-old winger according to Talk Sport.
Galatasaray will have presidential elections in May which could effect transfer policy and determine whether Amrabat is sold or made a part of next seasons squad.
The Turkish giants paid out €8 million for Amrabat in 2012 when he joined from Kayserispor.