Inter Milan midfielder Wesley Sneijder could complete a move to Galatasaray on Saturday, according to the player's agent.
Galatasaray have already agreed terms with Inter for the transfer of Sneijder, but the deal still hangs in the balance with suggestions the player is holding out for an offer from a Premier League club.
Galatasaray director Bulent Tulun does not want talks with the Netherlands international to drag on and is hopeful he will accept a move to the Turkish club.
Former Denmark midfielder Soren Lerby, who represents Sneijder, was quoted in Gazzetta dello Sport as saying: "The talks started yesterday and today a delegation from the club arrived to meet him.
"Now the decision lies with him, anything is possible in football and Turkey is fast becoming a hot destination. If everything goes to plan the deal will go through. We will wake up tomorrow and everything will be more clear."
Sneijder has made just five league appearances for Inter this season and publicly refused to accept €2 million wage cut.