Former Wolves star Romain Saiss linked with exit from Besiktas already
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Former Wolves star Romain Saiss linked with exit from Besiktas already

Romain Saiss has only been with Besiktas since the start of the current season after leaving Wolves – but he could already be on the way out of the Turkish club.

Saiss made the move after he could not reach an agreement with Wanderers to extend his deal at Molineux.

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He left after joining in 2016 as the 10th signing that summer after Fosun bought the club.

Since leaving Wolves, Saiss has expressed his frustration about his exit.

In an interview with Talking Wolves, he branded the contract offer from the club as disrespectful.

He departed, and headed to Turkey to embark on a new chapter with Besiktas.

Saiss has had some injury problems. But he’s made 17 appearances for the club, helping them to sit fourth. They likely have far too much to do to catch leaders Galatasaray, who are 15 points clear of them at the top.

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According to Lions de L’Atlas, Saiss could be on his way out of Besiktas in the next transfer window.

Apparently, there is talk of an offer from a Japanese club. He has also supposedly been in talks with a team from the UAE.

It is stated that Saiss no longer gets on with manager Şenol Güneş, who supposedly thinks the defender doesn’t respect his tactics.

Güneş ‘intends to part ways’ with Saiss on the grounds of this.

Romain Saiss’ next move will be very interesting after solid World Cup

It will be really interesting to see where Saiss will move to next, if these claims about him potentially leaving Besiktas are true.

Saiss showed at the World Cup with Morocco that he can be a top defender.

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Wolves fans know he has his limitations. Technically he is not the strongest, and he was partial to rash moments during his time at Molineux.

But Wolves fans also know what a brilliant leader he was. And he was someone who would wear the badge with pride and give everything.

He could perhaps do a job for a team in a top five league.