Turkish media: Galatasaray reportedly interested in Chelsea captain Gary Cahill
- The Turkish club are ready to make a move for the Blues captain, according to the local outlet
- The defender is reportedly wanted by Southampton and West Ham
- Cahill is also targeted by several Championship clubs, but the player does not want to move to the lower league
- Sarri is undecided on the defender's future
West Ham are interested in signing Chelsea defender Gary Cahill, Mirror claims. According to the report, the Hammers coach Manuel Pellegrini has already secured the board approval in pursuit of the veteran.
Among the other potential suitor for Cahill are also Championship sides Sheffield Wednesday and Aston Villa.
However, The Blues captain doesn't want to move to the lower league, as The Sun claims. Along with Wednesday and Aston Villa, there could be also an enquiry from Southampton or Man United.
It was speculated that Jose Mourinho is a big admirer of Cahill and would like to boost his scarce defensive options at United.
The latest club to join the race are West Ham, as their manager Manuel Pellegrini is eager to offer the defender a contract in case Chelsea agree to let the defender go.
Garry Cahill fell down the pecking order under Maurizio Sarri and is a very likely candidate for a transfer in January.
The Italian has recently spoken about the centre-back's future are the club: "I have spoken with him, but I think that there is October, November and December so he has to wait. We have to wait.
"I repeat I was really very happy with the performance of Cahill against Liverpool. So, now, Gary for me is very useful. I don't know: January is far from now. We will see in October, November and December."