Wolverhampton Wanderers goalkeeper John Ruddy has reportedly emerged as a potential transfer target for Besiktas.
While Ruddy played an important part in helping Wolves earn promotion to the Premier League, the 33-year-old has only played one game in the top flight since 2018.
Although a further 14 outings have come in cup competitions, it remains unclear whether the Englishman will want to remain at Molineux after the end of the season.
Aware that Ruddy's contract expires later in 2020, Fotomac claims that Besiktas have identified the veteran as a potential addition.
The Turkish giants have the option of pushing through a £7.25m permanent deal for Loris Karius, who has spent the last two seasons on loan from Liverpool.
However, due to the financial implications of the coronavirus pandemic, it is suggested that Besiktas may instead opt to sign Ruddy on a free transfer.