West Ham Made £15m Move For England Midfielder Who Left Arsenal, Fenerbahce Wait For Decision

West Ham are closing in on a deal worth £15 million for Jack Wilshere according to The Sun.

Per the source, Wilshere was in talks with the Hammers last night and a deal has almost been struck.

The London based outfit would pay the England midfielder £100,000-a-week for three years – which would be less that the £110,000-a-week he was making at Arsenal.

The 26-year-old would however, be given more first-team chances at the East London based outfit.

West Ham boss Manuel Pellegrini has reportedly make Wilshere a transfer priority.

Odds on Wilshere joining the Premier League outfit have dropped even further following the latest developments.

Wilshere quit Arsenal after recently appointed manager Unai Emery revealed he would not figure in his plans, ending a 17-year stint at the club in the process.

Fenerbahce have also made an offer for the midfielder as reported by Turkish-Football.

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The Yellow Canaries are prepared to offer a long-term deal and beat the Hammers wages but Wilshere would have to uproot his family and move to Istanbul.

The midfielder has never played outside England before.

The Super Lig outfit are waiting for Wilshere to make a decision regarding their latest offer.

Fenerbahce have also made Wilshere a transfer priority this summer.

The 2017-18 season runners-up in the domestic league would be able to offer European football next term.

Fenerbahce have to navigate past a tricky playoff route to make the Champions League group stage or compete in the Europa League.