West Brom and West Ham have reportedly made contact with Istanbul Basaksehir over a potential move for defender Junior Caicara.
The link initially emerged in the national press over the weekend, suggesting the Baggies and Hammers would fight it out for the 31-year-old.
Caicara has just one-year left on his deal with the Turkish side and is believed to fancy a move to England’s top-flight.
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And now, according to Sport Witness, Basaksehir are willing to allow the full-back to leave for as little €3m.
As well as interest from the Premier League, Real Betis from Spain and Russian giants Zenit are keen – although, it is claimed his preference is a move to England.
The report also adds that despite being born in Brazil, Caicara holds a Bulgarian passport, which would help with any work permit difficulties.
On Monday, Albion confirmed their first arrival after winning promotion back to the top-flight, with Matheus Pereira signing a four-year contract.
Pereira enjoyed a stunning season on-loan last term, playing a pivotal role in the club’s promotion.
After signing a season-long loan from Sporting, West Brom triggered the £8.25m clause to bring him to the Hawthorns on a permanent basis.