Turkish-Football reported that Jack Wilshere is considering a move to Fenerbahce have received an offer from the Super Lig giants.
Wilshere traveled to Istanbul with representatives Wasserman COO Fahri Ecvet and agent Neil Fewings.
Talks where he held talks with Fenerbahce sporting director Damien Comolli.
Comolli is a name familiar to Wilshere form his time at Arsenal between 1996-2004 but the Sabah newspaper report another Gunners connection.
Per the source, Mesut Ozil has been urging Wilshere to make the move.
The playmaker of Turkish origin grew up a Fenerbahce fan.
Ozil reportedly told Wilshere: “Fenerbahce is a huge club with an amazing fanbase, Turkey is a lovely modern country, you really have to make the move.”
The report claims Wilshere has agreed to a four-year move but has yet to agree a sign-on fee.
The England midfielder is expected to make a final decision over the weekend.
Wilshere would join Besiktas star Oguzhan Ozyakup as the second player from the 2009 Youth FA Cup winning Arsenal side to move to Turkey if the transfer goes ahead.
Ozyakup left Arsenal five-years ago and has gone onto win two Super Lig titles.
With Wilshere leaving Arsenal will have nobody from the Youth FA Cup winning side left at the club.
Arsenal confirmed on their official website that Wilshere will be leaving the club once his contract runs out.
The 26-year-old will be a free agent on 1 July 2018.
The midfielder will part ways with the North London outfit after 17 years at the club.