As the Season begins, the summer transfer windows is coming to an end, Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is keen to bring at least one more player to the club, for funds he will be reducing the number of player at the Emirates stadium.
Arsenal right back Mathieu Debuchy is currently on the transfer radar of the Turkish club Besiktas and according to reports they offered him a contract.
The French star joined the Gunners from Newcastle in the summer of 2014 as a potential replacement for Bacary Sagna and has fallen out of favor since the arrival of Hector Bellerin. Bellerin rose to first team choice when he replaced Debuchy in a match as the French star picked up a shoulder injury in the match.
Debuchy spent most of his season on loan at Bordeaux and on his return to Emirates stadium last season, he managed to get just on league appearances spending most of his season with the B team of Arsenal. The French star suffered an injury-filled spell with Arsenal which played a part in his current situation.
The 32-year-old is on the exit list of Wenger and reports have shown us that Arsenal will listen for offers for the Defender and it is understood that the Gunners may even lower their asking price for the star so his wage demand would be met.
Turkish outlet Takvim claim the Super Liga side Besiktas are willing to sign the right back. Furthermore, they are ready to offer him a £2.3 million season wages as they assume it will be enough to tempt him to Vodafone Park stadium.
Reports from Talksport claims the Ligue 1 side Marseille are also in line to sign Debuchy and it seems they are somewhat hopeful they could land the right back.
Meanwhile, Debuchy still have two years left on his contract with the Gunners and it is certain he is leaving Arsenal this summer.