Keane is due to be announced as the Istanbul side's new boss in the next 24 hours, ending an 18-month stint as a TV pundit after he was sacked by Ipswich Town.
Kasimpasa are not one of Turkish football's big names, but their wealthy owners have made them a coming force.
They sacked Metin Diyadin despite the manager leading them to second in the Super Lig table in their first season after promotion.
It would represent a huge challenge for the abrasive Keane, who has never played or managed outside Britain and Ireland.
He would follow in the footsteps of Graeme Souness, who had an eventful season-long stint with Turkish giants Galatasaray in 1995/96.
This morning's award for joining the dots in an entirely speculative way goes to Bob Cass of the Mail on Sunday.
He constructs his Cristiano Ronaldo to Manchester City or Chelsea story thus:
- Ronaldo recently said he was unhappy.
- Ronaldo likes to be the best.
- That might include being the best-paid footballer in the world.
- Ronaldo is currently the 10th best-paid player in the world.
- Manchester City, Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain all have lots of money.
CRISTIANO RONALDO TO MANCHESTER CITY OR CHELSEA!
Meanwhile, City are in the chase to sign Arsenal's Theo Walcott, according to the Sunday Mirror.
Walcott stated this week that he wants to play up front instead of his current position wide on the right, and both City and Liverpool are reportedly willing to accept his demand.
Walcott is out of contract at the end of the season. If he does not agree a new deal with Arsenal he will be sold in January.
Further to yesterday's reports of she-Nani-gans at Manchester United, the Sunday Mirror claims Juventus could land the winger for £12m.
Nani's contract is up at the end of next season. A £25m summer move to Zenit St Petersburg reportedly fell through over wages.
Paul Ince is not exactly Mr Popularity at Old Trafford, but his son Thomas could be the man to replace Nani, the Sunday Express claims.
The Blackpool man has been in impressive form and could earn a £6m move to United.
And finally - John Terry appeared to get through the pre-match handshakes unscathed as Chelsea played Arsenal yesterday.
However, The Observer claims the defender was snubbed by Arsenal mascot Gunnersaurus, who extended his paw before withdrawing it at the last moment.