Turkish side Besiktas are in talks with Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech over a summer move, according to his agent Viktor Kolar.
Cech, 32, has made it clear that he does not want to spend another season deputising for Thibaut Courtois, who usurped him as the Blues' no.1 choice in goal this season.
Paris Saint-Germain have been tipped as a possible destination for the Czech Republic international while Arsenal remain linked under the assumption that Cech would prefer to remain in London.
But it would appear Besiktas have made the first move to sign the veteran shot stopper.
"I have been in contact with Besiktas, we are in talks," Kolar told Fanatik. "Turkey is a choice for Cech but we will decide when the league is over."
Kolar has indicated during the last year that his client will have no shortage of offers should he decide to leave Stamford Bridge in the summer, also naming Real Madrid as a possible destination.
Jose Mourinho meanwhile has previously indicated Cech has earned the right to choose his own club when he does leave Chelsea, although latest comments from the manager suggest he will not allow the goalkeeper to join a Premier League rival.
"For me, decision number one, Petr will stay. After that, second point, to go but not in England," he said.
"The option I don't want is for him to go to an English club. But, I repeat, I am just the manager and he means so much for this club and what he did in this club, I think he deserves everything from this club. If the club decision is different to mine I will accept it."
Cech served as Chelsea's undisputed no.1 for 10 years having joined the club from Rennes in 2004 but was displaced by Courtois at the beginning of the season following the Belgian's return from a loan spell with Atletico Madrid.