Turkish team, Antalyaspor, are reportedly ready to make a shock move for Jack Wilshere.
- Wilshere is keen to join West Ham according to reports
- Wilshere told he can leave Arsenal
- Turkish minnows keen on Wilshere but unwilling to meet asking price
- Wilshere would join his former teammate Oguzhan Ozyakup
Antalyaspor, who finished fifth in the Turkish league last season, are reportedly interested in a move for Jack Wilshere. However, they’re allegedly unwilling to meet Arsenal’s valuation.
Notably, the report comes from Turkish outlet, Fanatik [via Turkish-Football], which also claims that the Gunners’ asking price for Wilshere is €18m – around €2.5m less than what the rest of the media is claiming.
The midfielder has just one year left on his current deal and, according to rumours, is prepared to leave this summer in search of regular first team football. However, the chances of him moving to Turkey are slim considering the likes of West Ham and Sampdoria are interested.
Crystal Palace have also been linked with a loan move for the Englishman.
While Serie A side Sampdoria allegedly had a bid of £7.5m recently rejected, the Hammers are supposedly willing to cough up the whole £20m to bring the 25-year-old back to his boyhood club.
Wilshere spent last season on loan at Bournemouth where he made 27 appearances.