Premier League giants, Arsenal may have been dealt a major blow with their star defender, Sead Kolasinac reported to have terminated his contract with them after almost four years at the Emirates Stadium.
According to the latest reports from reputable journalist, Ekrem Konur as well as other circulating reliable news, the 28 year old has agreed to end his stay at the North London club, with him coming into terms with the club's top brass to terminate his contract.
Moreover, the reports state that the Bosnian international is closing in on a move to Super Lig side, Fernabahce with the Turkish-based club said to have offered him a three-year contract that will see him become one of the top earners at the Sukru Saracuglu Stadium in a €1.8million per year salary.
Meanwhile, the 28 year old now becomes the fourth player to have left the Emirates Stadium in the ongoing transfer window, with star defender David Luiz and young midfielders, Matteo Guendouzi and Joe Willock leaving the club few weeks ago for Olympic Marseille and Newcastle United respectively with the former still a free agent.
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