Fenerbahce have reportedly offered Inter Milan striker Edin Dzeko a two-year contract.
Dzeko's current Inter deal expires at the end of this month, but the 37-year-old is currently focused on Saturday's Champions League final against his former club Manchester City in Istanbul.
According to Sky Italia, Fenerbahce are eager for Dzeko to remain in Istanbul after the final.
Dzeko is eager to stay at Inter, for whom he has scored 31 goals in 100 games since joining the club in 2021, and he remains an important player for Simone Inzaghi.
The Bosnia and Herzegovina international is set to decide his future after Saturday's high-profile fixture.
After starting out at Zeljeznicar, Dzeko joined Teplice before making the switch to Wolfsburg in 2007.
In 2011 he joined Manchester City and went on to win the Premier League twice.
A loan spell at Roma followed before he joined the Italian club on a permanent basis.
Dzeko then moved to Inter in 2021 and he has won the Coppa Italia on two occasions.
He has also been capped by Bosnia and Herzegovina on 127 occasions and has scored 64 goals.