Turkish Super Lig side Kayserispor manager Robert Prosinecki is believed to have interfered in the sale of Ghana international Bernard Mensah to archrivals Besiktas in this ongoing transfer window.
Mensah was reportedly close to completing the move after the Turkish big shots met with his officials and representatives according to Ghanasoccernet.
However, reports have emerged that Prosinecki rejected the transfer of the player who has been an outstanding feature for the side this season.
Mensah recently returned to action after a lengthy spell on the sidelines and is expected to step up for the Turkish Super Lig side as they look to fight against relegation.
Pedro Henrique and Artem Kravets are the other players the Croatian coach is set on keeping in the January transfer window.
Mensah joined the Anatolian Stars in the summer after a rather successful loan spell last season.