Inter Milan midfielder Wesley Sneijder could agree to join Galatasaray on Saturday, according to his agent.
The Turkish club had a reported 10million euro (?8.3m) bid accepted by Inter president Massimo Moratti this week, with Galatasaray director Bulent Tulun requesting a prompt response from the player.
Former Denmark midfielder Soren Lerby, who represents the 28-year-old, had previously declined to comment on any negotiations but broke his silence today.
Quoted in the Gazzetta dello Sport, Lerby said: "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 cut an isolated figure at the San Siro this season, making just five league appearances and publicly refusing to accept a two million euro wage cut.