Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere has not made a decision over his future but his contract expires on July 1 2018.
Wilshere has yet to commit to a new deal which would see him as a fringe player under the stewardship of recently appointed Gunners boss Unai Emery.
The England midfielder will be available as a free agent and has no shortage of suitors.
Southampton became the latest club to make an offer for Wilshere according to the Mirror.
Per the source, the Saints join West Ham, Wolves, Sampdoria and AC Milan.
Saints boss Mark Hughes has joined the que for the 26-year-old.
Turkish giants Galatasaray and Fenerbahce also want the midfielder.
Turkish-Football reports that Lions manager Fatih Terim has made Wilshere a transfer priority.
Terim is keen to work with the midfielder and seeking advice from former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger in a meal they had in Turkey recently.
Galatasaray hope the prospect of Champions League football, lucrative terms and a first-team role would be enough to convince Wilshere into considering the move.
Wilshere has yet to make a final decision over his future but has just 11 days to make up his mind.
The midfielder was not included in the England 23-man World Cup squad.