Portuguese daily newspaper Record is reporting that top Turkish clubs are keen on signing FC Porto midfielder Yacine Brahimi.
The Dragons look set to cash in on the Algerian footballer, who has struggled for both form and playing time this season, and they are bracing themselves for January proposals.
While top European clubs appear to have cooled off interest in the 26-year-old, Turkish giants Besiktas and Galatasaray seem to be readying January bids.
The Super Lig powerhouses enjoy shopping in Portugal and they could soon make their interest in the Algeria international concrete.
Yacine Brahimi had impressed in his first two seasons at Estadio do Dragao, scoring 14 goals in 61 league appearances, but was then eager to leave for greener pastures in the summer.
After failing to find a new club in the summer transfer window, the Algerian saw his performances drop a great deal at the start of the new campaign, and a January exit looks the best solution for all the parties concerned.