EVERTON HAVE FINALIZED TO HAVE A DEAL WITH BESIKTAS

Everton have finalized to have a deal with Besiktas
they are now working on personal terms with the
player, Cenk Tosun, according to Sam Allardyce.
Everton held talks with Besiktas president Fikret Orman on
Wednesday over a deal expected to be worth £27m.
Tosun, 26, had been in London awaiting permission to
complete his move.
Allardyce said he was hopeful Tosun would be registered in
time to feature against Liverpool in the FA Cup third round on
Friday.
"We've agreed a deal and are at the stage of personal terms,"
he added.
The deal had been delayed as Besiktas held out for a better
deal than the £25m Everton thought would be enough to seal
the transfer.
Tosun has helped Besiktas reach the last 16 of the Champions
League, where they will meet Bayern Munich.
Everton manager Allardyce identified the Germany-born Turkey
international as the forward to add goals and threat to his
squad following the failure to replace Romelu Lukaku after his
£90m move to Manchester United.
Orman flew to London to try and reach an agreement with
Everton as a transfer deal they hoped to do swiftly once the
January transfer window opened threatened to become drawn
out.

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