Fenerbahçe will be hosted by Kasımpaşa come Monday in the Turkish league while Arsenal on the other hand will be hosted by West Brom today in the premier league.
In a bid for the Turkish club to bolster their squad this winter transfer window especially in the defence department, they have identified interest in Arsenal first team star as a potential transfer target and could announce his signing.
Papastathopoulos who has been left out of Arsenal premier league squad, is yet to make a single a appearance this campaign.
In view of that, the 32-year-old will be looking out for playing time outside Emirates.
The €4m valued central defender joined Arsenal in a £17million deal from Borussia Dortmund in 2018.
According to a report, Fenerbahçe could announce the signing of Arsenal first team star this winter.
However, Fenerbahçe will be facing competition with Napoli, as reports have it that, the Naples's are also keeping tabs on Sokratis.
However, according to a report, Fenerbahçe are the favorite to secure the service of Sokratis this January.
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