Fenerbahce are targeting a move for Mesut Ozil as they seek a replacement for Robin van Persie, according to The Mirror.
The Germany international’s current deal expires next season but he is yet to agree a contract extension with the Gunners which has led to speculation he could leave this summer.
Fenerbahce are keen to bring in a big-name signing at the end of the season and view Ozil as the perfect candidate to join their team.
Former Arsenal striker Van Persie will leave the club this summer which will free up the budget for a move for Ozil.
While Arsenal are keen to keep hold of Ozil they may realise they may have to sell him at the end of the season to avoid the playmaker subsequently moving on a free transfer.
Ozil has previously admitted a desire to play in Turkey and has frequently been pictured in the country in recent months.
The World Cup winner has suggested he will stay at Arsenal if Arsene Wenger does, and while this looks likely currently, there is still no official confirmation on the managerial situation.
Ozil joined Arsenal from Real Madrid for a club-record fee in 2013 and while he has impressed there is a growing frustration at his lack of influence when it counts.
The latest reports have claimed that he has angered Arsene Wenger with his recent absences and that the Frenchman is already planning for the future and is keen to bring in Alexandre Lacazette and Kylian Mbappe in place of Ozil and Alexis Sanchez.