Besiktas have reportedly put an end to talks over a deal for Jack Wilshere with the player demanding 8 million pounds a year for a move to Turkey.
Wilshere contract is set to expire this month though the midfielder appeared seemingly hopeful his minimal revival last season could prove the catalyst in earning an extended contract at the contract.
However, those hopes were reportedly dashed as new boss Unai Emery appears not to rate the Englishman and is understood to have warned the player over a starting lineup would not be guaranteed should he stay.
The 26-year-old has now announced he is on the verge of an exit from as talks over a new deal for the Englishman was said to have reached an impasse.
Leicester City, Everton and West Ham are understood to be keen admirers of the player but Besiktas have shown more intent by directly holding talks with the midfielder’s representative over a prospective switch to Turkey.
But recent reports claim the club’s attempts to land the playmaker have been shelved mainly due to his 8 million euros per season demands which is said to be 3 times more than his earnings at the London club annually.
Wilshere remains an avid arsenal but is prepared to leave the north London club for more first-team opportunities and a better pay packet to the one offered by the Gunners bosses