Turkish side Trabzonspor are reportedly the latest club to join the mounting interest in signing Ghana winger Edwin Gyasi.
The news comes a week after SportsWorldGhana reported that Besiktas had made an offer for the Dutch-born player.
The two Turkish clubs are said to be keen get the Wolves target to Turkey but will have to somehow meet CSKA Sofia's price tag.
The Black Sea Storm side have expressed interest in signing the Ghanaian international and will need to beat strong competition from Besiktas to sign speedster in the upcoming summer transfer.
The five-time capped Black Stars forward is worth 1 million 500 thousand euro transfer fee.
The Dutch-born Ghana international has impressed in Bulgaria this season with four goals and eight assists for his side, who are five points behind Ludogorets in the top flight.
The 27-year-old who can play as a second striker and also left flank is one of the most influential football players in the Bulgarian league currently joining CSKA Sofia from Norwegian side Aalesund FK in February 2018.
The former Roda JC star is also being tracked by German Bundesliga duo Hannover 96 and VfB Stuttgart.
Trabzonspor, already have on-loan Ghana striker Caleb Ansah Ekuban in their team and are pushing to sign him permanently from Championship side Leeds United.
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