Salah is a target for the Turkish side and Ake is also being considered.
Besiktas president Fikrit Orman has confirmed that his club are likely to do business with Chelsea again in the January transfer window.
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The Turkish side signed Demba Ba from Stamford Bridge over the summer and are now keeping a close eye on Mohamed Salah and Nathen Ake, but have ruled out a move for Petr Cech.
“We have a very good relationship with them. Will we do business with them in January? Why not?” Orman was quoted by the Independent.
“We are interested in some of their players, but not Petr Cech. We want to get loans for the second half of the season.
“It is very difficult to invest in players at the same time as building the stadium. We do not have stadium income.”
Salah joined the Blues from FC Basel in January, but has failed to establish himself in West London and whilst the switch to Turkey would initially be on-loan, there is a chance it would become permanent next summer.
It is a different story for Ake however, with the 19-year-old a product of the club’s youth academy and is considered to be a great prospect for the future.
Therefore any potential move to work under Slaven Bilic would simply be to improve the teenager’s experience.