Nemanja Vidic will be offered a lucrative final contract to join Turkish giants Galatasary, according to the Daily Mail.
The Manchester United defender is out of contract at the end of the season, and is free to discuss an end-of-season Bosman transfer with foreign clubs.
And it seems Roberto Mancini is intent on offering the Serbian one lucrative final pay day to try and persuade him to make the switch to Istanbul.
Reports suggest London-based deal-fixer Muzzi Ozcan is set to fly to the Turkish capital at the end of the week to discuss the deal with Galatasary chiefs, ahead of a formal offer to the United veteran.
Ozcan is the man who helped to engineer Mancini’s move to the Turkish giants, and was also involved in their attempts to land Chelsea captain John Terry.
Vidic is understood to be on £90,000 a week at Old Trafford, but knows he could earn considerably more with a move to Galatasary.
The financial details of their offer will become clearer later in the week, but reports suggest it will be in the region of £3million per season after tax, with £415,00 worth of bonuses.
The Turkish club have previously been able to persuade big name stars such as Didier Drogba and Wesley Sneijder to join with mega money offers.