Turkish club Besiktas have offered an ultimatum to Leicester City regarding a January deal for striker Islam Slimani.
Milliyet claim that officials from the Turkish club have been in England since the beginning of the week to try and negotiate a deal with Leicester, and are now threatening to walk away if a deal cannot be reached.
Islam Slimani’s goals in English football:— DZ Football (@DZFootball_en) January 1, 2018
⚽️⚽️ vs Burnley
⚽️⚽️ vs Sheff Utd
⚽️ vs Everton
⚽️ vs Huddersfield
⚽️ vs Leeds
⚽️ vs Liverpool
⚽️ vs Middlesbrough
⚽️ vs Sunderland
⚽️ vs West Brom
⚽️ vs West Ham pic.twitter.com/g7F6fejVXw
Slimani signed for Leicester for a club record fee from Sporting CP in the summer of 2016, but has failed to live up to his price tag. His first team appearances have been limited to just two starts and ten substitute appearances so far this season.
He has scored a total of Eight Premier League goals for the Foxes, most recently the second goal in a 3-0 win against Huddersfield on New Years Day. However, Leicester boss
Leicester are now looking to recoup as much as they can for the Algerian, who they signed for a reported £29m. The report in Milliyet suggests that Besiktas president