ARSENAL are setting up a £10m offer to bring back Oguzhan Ozyakup – who they sold for £400,000 in 2012, as per reports.
The Gunners have been hunting down a conceivable Mesut Ozil substitution since the start of the late spring.
It turned out to be progressively evident to the Emirates bosses that the German was not going to sign another deal.
The Ex Real Madrid playmaker’s present contract is up in the summer and he is allowed to leave the club in vain, as is kindred key star Alexis Sanchez.
Thus, Arsenal have distinguished Turkish global Ozyakup as his substitution, as indicated by The Sun.
Ozyakup left the Gunners in 2012 for £400,000 and has since featured for Besiktas.
He has turned into a fundamental piece of the side, which has won consecutive titles in the Super Lig.
The 25-year-old has additionally secured himself a first-team spot for his national side and Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger considers him to be the perfect man to assume control if Ozil withdraws.
A £10m offer is allegedly being prepared – 25 times the sum they let him go for – as Ozyakup is additionally in the most recent year of his agreement.