Atletico Madrid have offered both Luciano Vietto and Nico Gaitan to a number of Turkish clubs as the transfer window comes to an end in Turkey.
Argentine striker Vietto has been linked with a summer exit from Atleti due to his lack of playing time under Diego Simeone, which saw him spend a season long loan with Sevilla last term.
Plenty of interest emerged from Italy, England and other clubs in Spain, but no move materialised before the transfer window closed last week.
Atleti remain keen on moving the 23-year-old on, despite 10 goals in 31 games at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan last season and it is understood that they have offered him to Turkish side Fenerbahce, who have until September 8 to sign players.
Whilst talks are still at an early stage, it is reported by Diario AS that the Turks want Vietto to partner Roberto Soldado and Robin van Persie in a front three.
Further to Vietto’s future being discussed, Atleti chiefs have also offered Nico Gaitan to four Turkish sides.
Galatasaray, Fenerbahce, Besiktas and Istanbul Basaksehir have all been offered the chance to sign the 29-year-old, who is set for limited playing time under Simeone this season.
Gaitan joined the club last summer in a €25m from Portuguese champions Benfica, but netted just four goals.
The midfielder was reported to have refused offers to join Premier League sides West Ham United, Newcastle United and Watford and it is thought Atleti have now set his asking price to €15m.