Fenerbahce are set to return with an offer for Jack Wilshere when the Turkish transfer window re-opens in January.
According to The Mirror, Fenerbahce failed with a move for Wilshere on Friday as they offered £10m for the Englishman.
Wilshere is currently working his way back to full fitness after suffering a leg fracture in April whilst on loan to Bournemouth.
The midfielder racked up 25 league appearances for the Cherries. This is the most Premier League games he has managed in a season since 2010/11.
Serie A side Sampdoria offered Arsenal £6m – with £1.5m in add-ons – for Wilshere earlier this summer, which was rejected by the Gunners, with Arsenal clearly valuing him at more than £10m now.
Arsenal are looking to offload Wilshere in the next transfer window, as he is not in Arsene Wenger’s current plans.