Arsenal ace Jack Wilshere strikes deal with Super Lig giants for January transfer
Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere could be on his way to Turkey in January according to the Fanatik newspaper.
Per the source, Wilshere has reached an agreement-in-principle with Fenerbahce.
The Yellow Canaries want Wilshere on a January transfer.
The Istanbul giants would be able to sign the England international on a free transfer during the winter break but he would join at the end of the season.
Alternatively Fenerbahce would have to pay a fee if they want him to to sign in Janaury.
The report claims that the Canaries have an agreement with Wilshere but will negotiate with Arsenal again in January.
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Wilshere would become the second Arsenal player from the class of 92 to join the Super Lig if he were to be transferred to the Super Lig.
Besiktas star Oguzhan Ozyakup was part of the Arsenal side that won the 2009 Youth FA Cup along with Wilshere.
Fenerbahce could face competition from Trabzonspor for Wilshere.
Trabzonspor president Muharrem Usta confirmed entering talks with Wilshere during the summer transfer window.
Usta told Turkish-Football: “I held direct talks with Jack Wilshere.
“We wanted him on loan and were close to a deal but the move stalled at the last moment.”
Wilshere has yet to play a game for the Arsenal first-team this season and has under 12 months remaining on his contract.