Manchester United striker Robin van Persie is said to have held crisis talks with his agent over a move to Turkey after he was ditched for the past two match day squads at Old Trafford, The Sun reports.
The 31-year-old hit man has a year remaining on his current deal, and met with agent Kees Vos on Thursday night to weigh up his options – which are to stay and see the rest of his deal out, or move on to take up a lucrative offer in Turkey.
Both Fenerbahce and Besiktas are believed to be ready to offer him a deal worth £220,000-a-week over three years.
However, United chief Louis Van Gaal has told him that he will let him know of his future plans next week.
Van Persie was left out of the squad to take on West Brom earlier in the month, and that was followed up with a non-appearance against former side Arsenal last weekend, with Radamel Falcao being preferred.
And he could miss the final game of the season with Hull, now that Wayne Rooney is fit again.