Fenerbahce have confirmed that Robin van Persie has signed from Manchester United.
The 31-year-old leaves Old Trafford after three seasons with the Red Devils, for whom he bagged 48 goals in 86 games.
According to the Daily Mail, Van Persie has signed a three-year contract with the Istanbul giants.
The Mail also claim that the former Arsenal striker will be paid £240,000 per week by Fenerbahce.
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Van Persie’s move to Turkey should guarantee him first-team football next season, which will boost his chances of gaining selection for the Netherlands squad to travel to Euro 2016 in France.
Fenerbahce finished second in Turkey’s top league last season, ending up three points behind champions Galatasaray, despite having a superior goal difference.