Fenerbahce have reportedly agreed to sign Robin van Persie from Manchester United on a four-year deal.
Some details are yet to be finalised but the Dutch striker is expected to complete the transfer before the end of the week, according to Sky Sports.
He will follow Nani in swapping Old Trafford for Istanbul this summer.
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Van Persie sought crunch talks with manager Louis van Gaal upon returning to pre-season training with United after largely being left on the bench at the back end of last campaign.
The 31-year-old has admitted that he needs to be playing regular football at this stage of his career, and Fenerbahce director Guiliano Terraneo recently travelled to London to persuade him to move to Turkey rather than see out the final year of his contract in Manchester.
Van Persie has scored 144 goals in 280 Premier League appearances, 96 of which came at Arsenal before his controversial £24m move from the Emirates to Old Trafford in 2012.