News out of Turkey of Besiktas J.K. are ready to offer Jeremain Lens a way out of Wearside.
The Dutch winger never lived up to his promise in the premier league so was shipped out on loan to Turkish side Fenerbahce. Since the move Lens has expressed his desire to not return to Wearside once the season long deal had ended.
The move to Turkey seen Lens link back up with then Sunderland manager that signed him in the first place, Dick Advocaat who originally left Sunderland to retire but decide to take a role with the Dutch national side before moving to Fenerbahce.
Although Sunderland have been relegated the club officials have said they are not prepared to let players go for a cut price fee. This is the problem for Lens as Fenerbahce are said that they want to keep the player but can’t meet Sunderland’s price tag.
Besiktas are rumoured to be making an offer in which will see Sunderland gain two players and money for Lens. It’s not known how much money is on the table but 30 year old German right back Andreas Beck who is actually Russian born and Swedish centre back Alexander Milosevic.
Milosevic was reported to have been scouted by Sunderland back in 2011 when he was playing for Sweden’s u19’s, but the now 25 year old opted to stay at his then club AIK Stockholm.