Jack Wilshere is at the centre of a transfer tug-of-war between Turkish teams as the trio of Besiktas, Fenerbahce, and Galatasaray look to sign the former Arsenal man.
Wilshere was released by Arsenal this summer after 17 years at the Emirates and he faces a summer of uncertainty. He has been offered a contract by West Ham United, but the Hammers are only interested in giving him a one year deal.
Sun Sport reports that Wilshere is holding talks with the three Turkish Super Lig side with hopes of finding a good deal. The report claims that Fenerbahce have invited Wilshere to Istanbul and have proposed a new long term contract that would also see him earn more money than he earned at Arsenal.
However, Wilshere is believed to favour only a move to another Premier League team but would only sign when he gets a deal that suits him.
West Ham’s one year offer is believed to be a test of his fitness level and the Hammers are prepared to offer him a longer term deal after the one year elapses should he remain fit.
Everton are also interested in the former Luton man as Marcos Silva looks to get his reign started with a mixture of youth and experience.