Arsenal forward Joel Campbell faces an uncertain future at the club.
Campbell joined Arsenal back in 2011 from the Costa Rican’s side Saprissa however, has only made 23 appearances for the Gunners in seven years.
The forward has spent the past six seasons out on loan and made eight appearances for Real Betis last term.
Recently appointed manager Unai Emery has yet to comment on the future of Campbell but the Evening Standard report that the 25-year-old has been put up for sale.
Galatasaray have been in talks with Campbell’s representatives, sources told Turkish-Football.
Negotiations have been successful but the forward made it clear he would not make a final decision until the end of the World Cup.
The Istanbul giants are waiting for Campbell to give his final verdict regarding a summer move.
Campbell’s World Cup campaign is over after Costa Rica were dumped out of the tournament.
The Arsenal man started the final group game against Switzerland which ended in a 2-2 draw.
Costa Rica finished Group E in last place recording just a single point from three games.