Besiktas have told Everton striker Cenk Tosun that he would be welcome back at the club any time, despite him moving less than two months ago.
Tosun has found himself behind Oumar Niasse and Dominic Calvert-Lewin in the pecking order at Goodison Park since his £27m move last month.
Sam Allardyce even admitted that Toffees’ fans might not see much of the Turkey star until Premier League safety is assured.
Now, Besiktas vice president Ahmet Nur Cebi has admitted that he would welcome Tosun back to the club.
“I think he’s happy now, but at Besiktas our doors are always open to him,” Nur Cebi told HaberTurk .
“I would love him to come back in the future. And I think at one stage of his career, he will want a return to Besiktas because we have a brilliant atmosphere here, and players want to play for this shirt again.”