According to reports, Arsenal have been reported to have offered Turkish Besiktas £9.3 Million ( €12.18M ) to secure the services of their former player Oguzhan Ozyakup.
Oguzhan was part of the Gunners academy set up from 2008 to 2012 but failed to make it to the first team before moving to join Besiktas in 2012.
He is now seen as one of the best young play makers in the world as his performances suggests. He has scored 5 goals and created 6 assists this season, prompting Arsenal to want to re-sign him back to the Emirates.
Reports say that Arsene Wenger want to be reunited with the player whom he allowed to leave the Emirates years ago.
The talented star joined the Gunners from Dutch side AZ Alkmaar but failed to make it to the first team at the Emirates before he opted to join Turkish side Besiktas in 2012 for £350,000; He has gone on to make over 120 appearances for Besiktas so far.
The Turkish international has represented the Netherlands at the Under-16 level as the captain and was in the Netherland Under-17 team that got to the final of the European Championships in 2009.
The 23 year old would want to weigh his options if he could get a regular playing time at Arsenal if he is to go back there for his second spell or move to other clubs where first team football would be guaranteed as he is not yet the kind of player that could keep Mesut Ozil away from the Gunners starting line up.