His dismembered body parts have been recovered from the Saudi consul general home, a UK-based broadcaster said.
Reports also said on October 24 that Saudi authorities had denied permission for Turkish police to search a well in the consulate's garden. He said there can be no cover-up in the case and asked Riyadh to extradite 18 suspects.
Erdogan offered his "sincere apologies" to the senior scribe's family, fiancee and the people of Saudi Arabia before beginning his speech at the Turkish parliament.
However, the President did not produce video or audio evidence his government allegedly possessed.
The seemingly clumsy cover-up of the killing has been exposed to the world with Turkish leaks of information, security camera footage and, eventually, Saudi acknowledgments that journalist Jamal Khashoggi died in the consulate.
The French government last week announced they will suspend all political visits to Saudi Arabia, saying they are also prepared to join any global effort to sanction those found guilty of Khashoggi's murder.
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They have since admitted he was murdered at their consulate in Istanbul, blaming a "rogue operation".
A person "familiar with the audio" told the Washington post that it was "compelling" and could lead the USA to hold Saudi Arabia accountable.
The Saudi leadership has denied involvement in the murder and instead blamed the chain of command.
Turkish officials for two weeks touted the existence of an audio recording of the journalist Jamal Khashoggi being killed in the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul.
Mr Khashoggi, a columnist with the Washington Post, went missing after visiting the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on Oct 2.
Here, the U.S. president with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in the White House in March.
Now Saudi officials say they did in fact send a team to Turkey that included a forensics expert and a member whose job was to dress in the 59-year-old writer's clothes and pretend to be him - though they still insist that his death was an accident.
Erdogan did not directly implicate crown prince Mohammed bin Salman or any other top Saudi official, but he called on Saudi Arabia to extradite more than a dozen suspects to Turkey as the first step in an investigation.