Jack Wilshere Set To Sign Contract With European Club
Jack Wilshere is reportedly on the verge of completing a deal to join a new club following his departure from Arsenal.
The midfielder announced he was to leave Arsenal after spending 17 years at the club.
His Arsenal contract will come to an end on Sunday, with a host of clubs keeping tabs on his situation.
The likes of West Ham and AC Milan, among others, have expressed a desire to snap up his services.
However, it appears he's set to sign a contract with Fenerbahce.
According to reports in Turkey, Wilshere will put pen to paper on a three-year deal to join the Super Lig outfit.
Jack Wilshere ( @JackWilshere ) bugün İstanbul'dan ayrıldı. Benim aldığım bilgi bittiği yönünde... Fenerbahçe'nin ilk transferi hayırlı olsun. Transferin pazartesi açıklanmasını bekliyorum.- Volkan Demir (@albandemir) June 28, 2018
:loudspeaker:ÖZEL- Fenerbahçe'yle anlaşma sağlayan Jack Wilshere, İstanbul Acarkent'ten ev tuttu. Şu anda bireysel olarak çalışmalarını sürdüren Wilshere resmi transfer açıklamasının ardından takımla birlikte çalışmalarına başlayacak.- Salim Manav (@Salimmanav) June 28, 2018
:link: https://t.co/5RFp9TTW41 pic.twitter.com/o04JSRnDaS
:pushpin:Jack Wilshere ile Fenerbahçe'nin anlaşması 3 yıllık olacak.- Salim Manav (@Salimmanav) June 28, 2018
(Mini yorum: Wilshere sık sık sakatlık yaşayan bir futbolcu olsa da yeteneği ve kumaşı kesinlikle tartışılmaz)
It's believed Wilshere will be unveiled as a Fenerbahce player on Monday.
Other than two loan spells at Bolton Wanderers and Bournemouth, Wilshere has enjoyed his whole professional career in North London.
He's not just expected to leave London, but also the country as he ventures to Turkey.
If/when the 26-year-old completes his transfer, he'll call the likes of Mathieu Valbuena and Roberto Saldado, to name but a few, teammates.
Fenerbahce finished second in the 2017/18 league, three points behind winners Galatasaray. The club will have to qualify to warrant Champions League football for the new season.
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