Turkish side Fenerbahce are looking to end Bacary Sagna’s woe of securing a new contract with Arsenal by offering a deal worth £100,000 a week in order to lure him to the Turkish league, Daily Mail reports.
Arsenal are currently struggling to reach an agreement with Sagna as the right back’s situation is being closely monitored by Galatasaray, Inter Milan, Monaco, Paris Saint Germain, and Manchester City, all of which are looking to sign him.
The French player looks to have turned down the Gunner’s latest contract, ending an eight year spell at the club and Fenerbahce is now looking very likely to make a move.
Arsenal’s latest offer hasn’t met the proposed salary of £100,000 a week set by the defender as Arsene Wenger expects the player to leave the club with rumors suggesting that Sagna has told his close friends about his intentions to depart.
Wenger has already begun to look at potential candidates to fill the right back role with Southampton’s Calum Chambers and Everton’s Seamus Coleman both being prime targets should the right back slot become vacant.