Freiburg defender Caglar Soyuncu continues to be linked with a move to Arsenal.
The Bundesliga outfit value their rising star as being worth £35 million.
Arsenal head of recruitment Sven Mislintat has been driving the move for Soyuncu.
The young defender could be the first player signed under the stewardship of recently appointed manager Unai Emery.
Arsenal fans wishing to take a look at their potential new centre-back at action will have the chance to do so when Turkey take on Iran, Tunisia and Russia.
Soyuncu opened up about his future while at the national team camp.
The 22-year-old will hold talks over his future at the international break.
“I had a great season,“ Soyuncu was quoted as saying by Turkish-Football said when asked about reports linking him with a move to the Arsenal.
“We are thinking about taking that next step up.
“I told my agent and my club that I want to hold talks about my future after the international break.
“The talks will be held after the national team games.”
The rising star is a first-choice defender for Turkey despite his age and has 13 international caps for the national side.
The 1.87m tall defender scored once in 30 appearances for Freiburg this campaign.