Arsenal striker Lucas Perez is a subject of transfer interest from Turkish giants, Fenerbahce.
The Spaniard has started only 11 Premier League games this season, spending only 265 minutes of the pitch.
He is said to be dissatisfied with his current limitations at Arsenal and wants to move away so that he can improve his chances of playing in the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
Arsene Wenger has preferred to play Alexis Sanchez in an attacking role rather than play Perez, an obvious show of lack of faith in the former Deportivo striker.
Despite the impending departure of Sanchez, Wenger still does not believe that Perez has the required quality to lead the Gunner’s attack.
Fenerbahce has had a very bad season, and are planning a major summer overhaul of their playing staffs. But they would not be able to afford the £17 million that Perez is currently being valued at by the Gunners. They are said to be interested in signing the player on a season-long loan deal with an option to buy for a lower price at the end of the loan.