Malaga officials are expected to arrive in Turkey to hold talks with Galatasaray over Nordin Amrabat according to the Hürriyet newspaper.
Amrabat is currently on loan at the La Liga club however, Malaga are reported to want to make the stay permanent.
The Moroccan international still has two-years left on his contract and Galatasaray have expressed that they will consider his future in the summer.
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 Lions paid out €8 million for Amrabat in 2012 when he joined from Kayserispor.
West Ham and West Brom are also reported to be interested in the Moroccan international according to Talk Sport.
The 28-year-old winger has been in impressive form at Malaga this season and has four assists and five goals for the La Liga outfit in all competitions.