North London giants Arsenal have joined the likes of West Ham, Everton and Liverpool in the hunt to land Domagoj Vida from Besiktas.
Turkish publication Milliyet reports that Arsenal are the latest squad to express an interest and have reportedly made a verbal bid for the defender.
Besiktas are now expected to offload the player, with numerous interest mounting following impressive displays at the FIFA World Cup in Russia.
He formed a solid partnership with Liverpool star Dejan Lovren and played a prominent part in guiding European Nation Croatia to the FIFA World Cup final.
The Turkish club are hoping to receive about €30 million for the player, with the Reds already having two offers turned down.
Both Everton and West Ham have also been heavily linked with transfer this summer transfer window.
The report suggests that Besiktas Chief Executive Fikret Orman is expected to fly to England to hold talks with interested clubs.