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Fenerbahçe open talks about Ozil loan move

Super Lig side Fenerbahçe have opened talks with Arsenal about taking Mesut Ozil on loan in January. It has been reported that the Gunners are willing to allow the 30-year old to leave the club, and are prepared to subsidise his £350,000 a week wages for any club prepared to take the World Cup winner off their hands. Ozil has ...

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Moses unlikely to make Fener move permanent

Chelsea loanee Victor Moses is highly unlikely to make his move to Turkish side Fenerbahçe into a permanent arrangement, despite the Super Lig side having an option to buy him. The retired Nigerian international joined the Istanbul team on an 18 month loan from Chelsea in January this year, and made a strong contribution in his first campaign with them, ...

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Sturridge set to make decision about his future

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Former Liverpool and Chelsea striker Daniel Sturridge is set to make a decision about his future by the end of this week. The 29-year old is a free agent having been released from the Anfield side at the end of last season, and has a host of options from which to choose, including a contract worth £9 million from Turkish ...

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Everton flop set for Turkey move

Everton misfit, midfielder Muhamed Beŝić is set to move to Turkey in the summer, ending his miserable five year stay on Merseyside. A £4 million capture from Hungarian side Ferencváros in 2014, Beŝić has endured a difficult time at Goodison Park, in part due to a series of injuries, which have blighted his time at the club. Having made 31 ...

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Leicester ready to take big loss on record signing

This season he has been on loan in Turkey with Fenerbahçe, but has hardly covered himself in glory, netting just once in 14 Super Lig appearances. Leicester City are prepared to accept a big loss on their record signing Islam Slimani. The Algerian international was signed by Claudio Ranieri from Sporting Lisbon in 2016, for £30 million, joining on a ...

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Victor Moses set for Turkey loan move

Chelsea wing back Victor Moses is to have a medical on Thursday ahead of agreeing a loan move to Turkish Super Lig club Fenerbahçe for the rest of the season. A first-choice started under the previous regime of Antonio Conté at Stamford Bridge, a switch to a flat back four under new man Mauricio Sarri has meant that Moses has ...

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Fulham linked with January move for Leicester striker

New Fulham manager Claudio Ranieri wants to sign Leicester City striker Islam Slimani in the January window. Ranieri signed the Algerian international for a club-record fee when he was in charge at Leicester in August 2016, but the move did not work out, and he only found the net 8 times in 35 appearances before he was sent on loan ...

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United defender linked with January loan move

    Argentine defender Marcos Rojo has been linked with a January move to Turkish side Fenerbahce. The 28-year old was linked with a move to Istanbul in the summer, but negotiations failed to materialise and he remained at Old Trafford, with the avowed aim of forcing his way back in to Jose Mourinho’s plans. However, those plans have been ...

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Jack Wilshere moving closer to West Ham move

Jack Wilshere, who is a free agent after leaving Arsenal, is moving closer to a move to West Ham United. That is according to The Evening Standard, who reports that the 26-year old is keen to join the club he and his family supported when he was a boy. Wilshere was also heavily linked earlier this month with Turkish side ...

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David Ospina set for Fenerbahce switch

Arsenal’s Columbian goalkeeper David Ospina is set for a move to Fenerbahce, after reports emerged of the Turkish club’s president Ali Koc, flying to London for talks with representatives of both the player and Arsenal. According to Turkish Football, who reports that Koc was spotted at the Dorchester Hotel in London, Fenerbahce want to overhaul their squad in a bid ...

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