Danny Welbeck is a £16million target for Turkish giants Galatasaray in the summer transfer window.
The Arsenal forward, 26, is one of a number of Gunners stars set to contemplate their futures at the club amid the uncertainty surrounding Arsene Wenger’s future.
The French boss has been under pressure all season long, with calls for his head from the ‘Wenger Out’ brigade rising to near-deafening levels in 2017.
With the Emirates club reeling, Super Lig side Galatasaray are set to offer £16m – the same fee Arsenal paid Manchester United – for Welbeck’s services.
However, the bid is likely to be in vain, as the Gunners forward – who scored in the 2-0 win over United on Sunday – is concentrating solely on the run-in for now.
Arsenal look dead and buried in their bid to break into the top four this season – but massive back-to-back wins have seen them charge back into contention.
Welbeck himself has enjoyed a fruitful return to the Emirates set-up, having returned from a long lay-off with a knee injury in January.
As well as scoring against his former club at the weekend, Welbeck played most of Wednesday’s 2-0 win over Southampton – before being replaced by Olivier Giroud.
Wages will not be an issue for Galatasaray in their pursuit of the England man – who once scored a hat-trick against them in a Champions League group stage game in 2014.
Should the Turkish side be unsuccessful in their bid, they are set to turn their attention to fellow north London man, Tottenham flop Vincent Janssen.