Kevin-Prince Boateng will hold a sit-down talks with Besiktas this week to clarify his future after completing a mandatory 14-day quarantine.
The 33-year-old has been in isolation in Güngören – a small industrial and working class residential district of Istanbul, Turkey for the past two weeks.
The Ghanaian star is now set to hold a crunch meeting with Be?ikta? officials to clarify his future with the Turkish side.
Boateng, who is on loan from Serie A side Fiorentina, is reported to be now keen to take a pay cut to make his stay permanent.
The Black and White have stated in no uncertain terms that they cannot pay the same wages under the same conditions they hired the forward on loan from Italy.
This week’s final meeting will put to rest widespread speculations on the future of the former AC Milan star.
Reports in Turkey are claiming that Besiktas will ask Boateng to make the final decision regarding the proposal put on the table.
If there is no agreement on the financial matters, the two parties will officially part ways.
Boateng will then go back to Germany to continue his personal training before traveling to Italy to continue with Fiorentina.