Fenerbahce will reportedly go all out to sign Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere in January.

The Turkish club have made Wilshere one of their top priorities and will do all they can to sign him during the January transfer window.

That’s according to Turkish newspaper Aksam, who report that Fenerbahce will offer the midfielder a big contract to beat out competition from all around Europe.

Wilshere is out of contract in the summer, with talks over an extension set to begin in December. Although he’s returned to first team action for Arsenal, his lack of game time in the Premier League has seen him left out of Gareth Southgate’s England squad.

Aksam reports that Wilshere wants to get more regular first-team football and could ask to leave Arsenal in January. He’s been a regular for Arsenal in the Carabao Cup and the Europa League this season.

His performances in those competitions have pushed him closer to a Premier League return, where he’s made two appearances off the bench. Some feel that he should be picked in the starting eleven over the likes of Granit Xhaka or Mesut Ozil.

Arsene Wenger recently described Wilshere as “super fit” and said he should be playing for England.

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