Nigeria international Ahmed Musa has been stronly linked with a move to English club, Wolverhampton Wanderers.
The 2014 World Cup star is currently on loan at Russian side CSKA Moscow from Leicester City, and faces an uncertain summer with his future at the English club unclear.
According to Turkish outlet Sabah, Galatasary are leading the race for the 25-year old but face competition from Wolves, who have been connected with a host of players since securing the Championship title.
Galatasary are not the only Super Lig side interested in Musa. Their rivals Besiktas and Fenerbahce are reportedly keen on signing the winger, too.
Musa moved to Leicester in 2016 from CSKA Moscow in a £16.6million deal — a club record signing at the time — but struggled to impress.
He made 32 appearances for the Foxes in all competitions last season but featured only once for the Premier League club this term before returning to CSKA Moscow in January.
Since his return, Musa has scored six goals in 15 outings for the military club.