According to reports in Turkey, Stoke City midfielder Ibrahim Afellay has been offered to Turkish giants Fenerbahçe in the summer.
Afellay, 30, recently signed a new deal with The Potters, but shares the same agent with Robin Van Persie who made the switch to Turkey in 2015.
The Dutchman appeared to have found a new lease of life at Stoke last season, and having failed to cement his place on the wing for Stoke, Afellay was moved centrally, where his performances earned him a recall to the Dutch national team.
Stoke boss Mark Hughes has notoriously stated that this summer will be a transition period for his Stoke City side, as he looks to lower the average age of the squad, and with first-team players such as Shay Given, Glen Johnson, Phil Bardsley, Charlie Adam, Stephen Ireland all out-of-contract, Hughes may decide to cash in on Afellay, whose failed to cement his place back in Stoke’s regular setup following his ACL injury last summer.
There could also be a number of notable exits for Xherdan Shaqiri, Giannelli Imbula, Bojan Krkic and Marc Muniesa this summer with all four players heavily linked with moves away from the bet365 Stadium.