Everton held converses with Besiktas president Fikret Orman on Wednesday as they endeavor to at long last close a £27m bargain for striker Cenk Tosun.
Tosun, 26, has been in London anticipating authorization to finish his turn.
However, it has been deferred as Besiktas wait for a superior arrangement than the £25m Everton thought would be sufficient to get the exchange over the line.
Tosun has helped Besiktas achieve the last 16 of the Champions League, where they meet Bayern Munich.
Everton director Sam Allardyce has distinguished the German-conceived Turkey global as the forward to add objectives and risk to his squad following the inability to supplant Romelu Lukaku after his £90m move to Manchester United.
Orman traveled to London to attempt and achieve a concurrence with Everton as an exchange bargain they planned to do quickly once the January exchange window opened undermined to end up noticeably drawn out.
There remains a solid conviction that an arrangement will be done before the end of the week after neighborly talks in London.
Tosun is quick to move to the Premier League and join Everton, who stay hopeful he will end up being Allardyce’s first marking since succeeding Ronald Koeman.