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Arsenal & Everton face competition for £30m striker target as Turkish giants enter talks

Besiktas president Fikret Orman has travelled to London for a series of business meetings with a number of Premier League clubs and while there he will hold talks with Manchester City over the transfer of Wilfied Bony according to Fanatik.

The Turkish sports newspaper report that the Black Eagles want Bony on loan and it appears that City are not interested in keeping the Ivory Coast international player on their books.

The Daily Mail report that City are ready to part ways with the former Swansea City striker and that he has been considering his options.

Besiktas could however, face competition from Arsenal who have been linked with a £30 million move according to the Daily Star.

The Gunners are running out of time to sign a striker before the end of the transfer window and are running out of options.

The North London based outfit have also been linked with Lyon forward Lacazette but have yet to strike a deal.

Besiktas would be unable to match the Gunners £30 million offer due to having to keep in line with FFP but feel a loan move could end up being mutually beneficial for both clubs involved and the player.

Follow Emre Sarigul @Turkish_Futbol

 

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