Barring any last minute hitches, Turkish Super Lig giants, Besiktas look set to wrap-up talks that will see Super Eagles and Boavista defender, Chidozie Awaziem return to Turkey this week.
Turkish news handle, milliyet revealed that Besiktas are in dare need of an experienced defender as stop gap for Francisco Montero who returned to Atletico Madrid and Awaziem turned out to be the best option.
At this juncture, Besiktas eggheads have stepped up their negotiations with former Nantes and Leganese loanee over what he would earn at the club. Milliyet revealed that Awaziem could join the Black and White if both parties reach financial agreement.
The 24-year old defender can operate as center back as well as a right full back, and form has been on the rise over the years owing to his robust and intelligent tackling.
Awaziem was also described as work in progress by Super Eagles' gaffer, Gernot Rohr for his consistency when operating as center back after he masterfully set the tone for Nigeria's third place win at the last AFCON in Egypt.
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