ARSENAL target Sami Khedira has reportedly rejected two clubs to ensure he gets his move to the Gunners.
The Juventus outcast has been told he has no future at the Allianz Stadium after Maurizio Sarri’s arrival.
Khedira was spotted at the Emirates last month, which intensified speculation that he was set for a move to north London.
Now, BiancoNero are reporting that the German has snubbed offers from Besiktas and Fenerbahce as he holds out for a transfer to Arsenal.
Unai Emery’s side are the only team that have so far been prepared to meet Khedira’s salary demands.
Arsenal only have until 5pm Thursday to secure a deal or the former Real Madrid man will be forced to look elsewhere in Europe for a new team.
Khedira is hoping to cancel his contract with Juventus, however, receiving a pay off from the Italian side in the process.
Should the 32-year-old then become a free agent, Arsenal could land his signature after the deadline.
Speaking last month, Emery was quick to dispel rumours that Khedira’s visit to the Emirates meant he was Arsenal-bound.
“Khedira is a very good player but this is the first time I have heard his name mentioned,” he said.