Turkish club Fenerbahce are believed to be pondering a big-money offer in order to land Bacary Sagna from Arsenal.

The Daily Mail suggests that the Istanbul outfit are willing to pay the French defender £100,000-a-week so they can lure him from north London.

Sagna has so far rejected two contract offers from the Gunners and although their third proposal meets his three-year demand, the monetary value is not as hefty as Fenerbahce's projected offer.

It is believed that Sagna will leave the Emirates Stadium at the completion of this season with Fenerbahce in a strong position to secure his services but they will have to do so with competition from the likes of Manchester City, Galatasaray, Inter Milan, Monaco and Paris Saint-Germain.

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