Man United made Luke Shaw the most expensive left-back in history once upon a time.
Now it seems Jose Mourinho has deemed the England international surplus to requirements.
Turkish giants Fenerbache want to end the 22-year-old’s Old Trafford misery with loan move with a view to making the deal permanent next summer.
Shaw hasn’t played a Premier League minute this season and has been limited to just two substitute appearances in the EFL Cup.
His relationship with Mourinho has also hit rock bottom with Shaw fearing that his chances of playing at next summer’s World Cup are all but gone.
And according to the Daily Mail, Fenerbache are ready to offer him an escape route as they eye a new left-sided defender.
But the Super Lig side aren’t the only club in the market for the player.
A number of Premier League clubs are thought to be in the race for his signature including former club Southampton.
Shaw is thought to favour a move back to St Mary’s but the move can only happen if the South Coast side decide to sell Ryan Bertrand to Man City who are keen to sign yet another full-back with £52million Benjamin Mendy out for the forseeable future.
Shaw will have just 18 months left when the transfer window re-opens in January.
If Shaw were to move to Fenerbahce he would be reunited with former team-mate Robin Van Persie.
He’d also share a changing room with fellow Premier League exile, Vincent Janssen who is on loan in Turkey from Spurs.