Lukas Podolski seems close to sealing his Arsenal exit, with bookmaker SkyBet having suspended betting on the striker making a transfer to Galatasaray.
The German World Cup winner spent the second half of last season on loan at Inter Milan, but scored only one goal and the Italian club chose not to buy him on a permanent deal
The 30-year-old has apparently been told by manager Arsene Wenger that he can leave the Gunners, for whom he has netted 31 times in 84 games since joining from FC Koln for £11m in 2012.
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Istanbul appears to be his next destination. SkyBet have closed the market on his next club, with Turkish giants Galatasaray, who have also been linked with Tottenham Hotspur’s Roberto Soldado, the clear 1/12 favourites.
Podolski is the third most-capped player in Germany history, with 122 appearances, and the third-leading scorer with 48 goals.