Reported Liverpool, Manchester United and Spurs target Anderson Talisca has admitted interest in his services from England.
The Brazilian was loan out to Besiktas in 2016 and was in fine form this season, netting 20 goals in 45 appearances in all competitions.
A clause in his loan deal reportedly allows Besiktas to sign the 24-year-old permanently, and they could then choose to cash in instantly for a quick profit.
Turkish outlet Fanatik recently claimed that there are four clubs in the running for Talisca: namely Arsenal, Spurs, Liverpool and Wolves, while other reports have suggested Manchester United are in the running.
The Besiktas playmaker told Correio that while there is interest, nothing has yet been agreed.
“There is interest, there is, but there is nothing certain,” said Talisca.
“I have not agreed anything yet. It’s just speculation. These things of negotiations, I can not speak,” he added.
Mourinho has previously claimed that the only reason Talisca is not currently a Premier League player is down to not having a work permit.
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