Jack Wilshere Strikes Transfer Deal, Set For New Club After 17 Years At Arsenal

Jack Wilshere has struck a deal with Fenerbahce according to Aspor reporter Aykut Ince.

The report claims that the England midfielder is set for his first move abroad.

Fenerbahce are expected to make an official announcement on the club website and he is set to arrive in Turkey to officially put pen to paper over the next few days.

Wilshere was in Istanbul last week where he reportedly signed an agreement-in-principle.

The Yellow Canaries are yet to issue a statement regarding the latest reports.

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Eren Sarigul of Turkish-Football wrote that Wilshere is nearing a deal with Fenerbahce for ESPN yesterday but that the 26-year-old was considering the offer.

The former Arsenal man would be expected to make in the region of €4m per-season on a three to four-year deal if the transfer does end up going through.

Wilshere left the North London club after 17-years on 1 July 2018 as a free transfer.

The midfielder did reveal that he is open to playing abroad in a recent statement.

Fenerbahce finished last season as Super Lig runners-up and will have to navigate past the Champions League playoff round to book a place in the group stage.