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Celtic Star Could Opt For Move To Turkey For Tax Reasons

Wanyama urged by agents to consider Galatasaray.In-demand Celtic midfielder Victor Wanyama has been urged by his agents to choose a move to a Turkish club this summer due to the low rate of income tax in Turkey, according to the Daily Express.

The Kenyan has been linked with a host of top clubs in recent months due to his excellent displays in the SPL and the Champions League with Celtic this season, and was reported just yesterday to be close to a move to Southampton.

The likes of Arsenal and Manchester United have also been linked with the talented 21-year-old, but the top rate of tax of just 15% in Turkey could mean he is pushed in that direction by his advisors, and join big names such as Didier Drogba and Wesley Sneijder to move to Galatasaray in recent months.

Fenerbache could also be an option for Wanyama, and there are several other big names being linked with moves to the Turkish league this summer, such as Dimitar Berbatov, John Terry and Gervinho.

It is thought that Wanyama himself would favour a move to England, and has previously spoken of his desire to play for Arsenal. There is supposedly an offer on the table from Southampton that he could still accept.

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