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ARSENAL have received an enquiry from Antalyaspor over Jack Wilshere – but he is prioritising a move to West Ham.
The Gunners are ready to offload the 25-year-old this summer and are open to offers.
West Ham, Swansea and Sampdoria have all been credited with interest in the midfielder.
Wilshere is currently recovering from a fractured leg suffered in April at the end of his Bournemouth loan spell, and with less than 12 months remaining on his Arsenal contract, a departure looks likely.
Reports have indicated Arsene Wenger values Wilshere at around £20million, and the Gunners would prefer a sale over another loan.
With the England international available, Turkish side Antalyaspor have spoken with Arsenal about a move.
However, Wilshere’s price-tag leaves them less optimistic of being able to lure him across Europe.
Antalyaspor president Ali Safak Ozturk said: “We made an enquiry and are in talks but Arsenal want a lot for Wilshere.
“It will be a difficult move to pull off.”
Sampdoria have already seen a £7.5m bid rejected by Arsenal this summer as they hold out for a bigger fee.
A switch across London to boyhood club West Ham would be Wilshere’s first choice, though.
However, the Hammers will look to pursue a loan deal due to the player’s injury record.
And it remains to be seen if West Ham will formalise their interest with a bid, although Bilic is said to be an admirer.