Galatasary are lining up a January move for Chelsea captain John Terry, the Mail Online understands.
Manager Roberto Mancini is keen to strengthen his squad when the transfer window reopens as he looks to close the gap between themselves and leaders Fenerbache.
The centre of their defence is the key area the former Manchester City boss is looking at and Terry, who is out of contract at the end of the season, is reportedly his number one target.
Bar a brief loan spell with Nottingham Forest at the beginning of the century, the former England skipper has spent his entire career with the Blues, racking up almost 600 appearances for the club.
During that time, the 32 year old has captained the club to twelve major honours, and in 2005 was named the PFA Player of the Year.
Elsewhere, Ramires has insisted he is happy with life at Chelsea amid reported interest from Real Madrid, according to ESPN.
Former Blues’ boss Carlo Ancelotti is keen on signing the midfielder, who he took to Stamford Bridge in 2010 and whilst flattered the Brazil international has stressed that it will be the clubs decision if he is to move on.