Fenerbahce could make a move for Jack Wilshere in January, according to reports.
The Turkish club made a move for Wilshere in the final days of the transfer window, but were unable to agree a deal with Arsenal.
According to The Mirror, they will return with another offer when the window reopens in January.
They report that Fenerbahce tried to sign Wilshere on loan during the final days of Turkish window, which finished later than the English one.
By that point, it seemed Wilshere had decided that was going to stay at Arsenal and see out the final year of his contract.
Wilshere was linked with several clubs during the transfer window, with the majority of them being abroad.
Atalyaspor and Sampodria had an interest, while Real Betis and Zenit St. Petersburg made their interest known late on.
Wilshere will have six months remaining on his contract in January and would therefore be able to talk with foreign clubs.
If no extension is signed before then, it’s possible that Wilshere may agree a free transfer.
It’s also possible that someone like Fenerbache may use the opportunity to sign Wilshere for a much reduced fee.
It does seem unlikely, however, that Jack, with a young family, would agree to move to Turkey.