The Turkish giants are edging closer and closer to securing a move for the Netherlands international who is looking to leave Manchester United as soon as possible
Fenerbahce have seen their initial cut price deal for the former Arsenal striker (believed to be around 6.5 million Euros), rejected by the Red Devils but the Turks are confident that by the end of the week, they will be able to wrap up the deal as they look to add more experience to their squad.
Reportedly the Dutchman has agreed to a four year deal with Fenerbahce and is satisfied with the financial side of things. However, the only thing that remains to be done is for the Red Devils and the Turkish club to agree upon a transfer fee which has till now proven to be a stumbling block.
However, with the club having already secured a deal for Nani, it is very likely to see the two teams find some common ground.