Reports from the Turkish press suggest that Arsenal defender Sead Kolasinac could be set for a move to Turkish side Fenerbahce. The 28-year-old spent part of last season on loan at Schalke and was expected to return to North London this summer.
Turkish outlet Fanatik now report that Kolasinac could follow former teammate Mesut Ozil by making a switch to Fenerbahce, possibly on a free transfer.
According to Fanatik, the Bosnian international is expected to terminate his existing contract with Arsenal, allowing him to leave for free this summer.
Fanatik suggest that Kolasinac would ask that The Gunners would pay €3.7m of his €5.5m salary with Fenerbahce paying the balance of €1.8m in an effort to secure a move.
Despite this, Arsenal are only prepared to pay €2.5m in an effort to part ways with talks still ongoing between all parties.
Kolasinac played 113 games for Arsenal, scoring 5 goals in a 4 year career in North London.