Besiktas have struck a deal with Manchester City star Samir Nasri for a one-year loan and he is expected to undergo a medical over the next few days a source close to the club revealed to Turkish-football.com.
City boss Pep Guardiola has given Nasri the green light to leave over the summer transfer window and did not use him over the Champions League qualification campaign.
The Black Eagles will pay 60 percent of Nasri’s estimated €100 per-week wages over the course of the season.
Besiktas have also been in talks with City over a buyout clause option but have yet to agree upon a fee as of yet.
Nasri has reached an agreement in principle and unless there is a last minute hitch the loan deal is expected to go ahead.
Besiktas will have completed their second loan deal over the past week if the deal does go ahead as planned following the signing of Anderson Talisca.