Sivasspor have been linked with a move for Besiktas’ out of favour defender Tomas Sivok.
According to reports in the Turkish media, the Yigdos are looking into the possibility of loaning Sivok until the end of the season with the option to buy.
The Czech International who has spent seven seasons at the Istanbul based club has found himself on the fringes of the Besiktas squad this season.
Sivasspor have been active in the January transfer window having already signed Ibrahim Ozturk from Bursaspor.
Sergen Yalcin’s side are also close to completing the signing of Enaramo from Basaksehir and Gokhan Zan from Galatasaray.
The Greek side PAOK and Super League side Kasimpasa are also rumoured to be interested in signing Sivok.
Sivok joined Besiktas from Udinese in July 2008 for €5 million. The defender has made 12 appearances for the Black Eagles this season.