Former Arsenal midfielder Samir Nasri is set to join Turkish club Antlyaspor according to a report.

Nasri has been seen boarding a flight to Turkey, where he could join Antalyaspor on a two-year deal.

That’s according to the BBC, who say that the player will be having a medical ahead of a potential move.

Nasri left Arsenal for Manchester City in 2011 for £25m. Though he started out as a key player, he gradually faded from the City line-up and was absent for long periods with injury.

He spent last year on loan at Sevilla and while he impressed, he didn’t earn a permanent move.

The move to Antalyapor could signal the end of the Turkish club’s interest in Jack Wilshere.

Their president admitted earlier in the summer that he wanted to sign Wilshere, but knew it would be a difficult deal to pull off.

Wilshere now seems set to stay at Arsenal despite only having a year left on his contract.

As for Nasri, a move to Turkey is an end to any relevancy he had as a player.

While always a very talented player, his personality left a lot to be desired and he didn’t depart from Arsenal under the best of circumstances.

Nasri is still only 30.