€7.6m Per-Year Offered In Last Ditch Attempt To Prize Jack Wilshere Away From West Ham, Turkish Giants Could Still Be First Club England Midfielder Signs For Since Leaving Arsenal

Jack Wilshere appears to be edging ever closer to striking a deal with West Ham.

The Hammers have become favourites to sign the England midfielder just a days after he was closely linked with a move to Fenerbahce.

The Super Lig outfit are not giving up their pursuit of the 26-year-old according to sports newspaper Fotomac.

Fenerbahce have offered a €7.642m per-season deal in a last-ditch attempt to prize the midfielder away from joining the Hammers.

Per the source, despite nearing an agreement with West Ham, Wilshere is still open to Fenerbahce.

In fact, they actually claim he is closer to signing for the Yellow Canaries.

Were he to accept a €7.642m per-season deal he would become the highest paid player in the squad, he would become the highest paid Fenerbahce player of all time.

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The report also claims that Everton and Wolves are still in the race for the midfielder.

Turkish-Football understands that Fenerbahce have made an offer for Wilshere but would only be prepared to offer €4m to €5m per-season – a figure that would still beat what he earned at Arsenal.

The problem the Super Lig outfit have is convincing the midfielder to uproot his family and move to Turkey.

The 26-year-old would be playing abroad for the first time were he to join Fenerbahce.

Wilshere parted ways with his boyhood club on July 1 2018 after a 17-year stint.