West Ham United flop Sofiane Feghouli is on the verge of completing his long rumoured move to Turkish giants Galatasaray, reports Talksport.
The Algeria international arrived at the London Stadium on a free transfer from Valenica with whom he enjoyed a successful five year stay, however has since failed to replicate his form from La Liga in the Premier League.
Feghouli managed just three goals in 21 often lacklustre appearances for Slaven Bilic’s side last season, and missed the early stages of the year after sustaining an injury shortly after joining the club.
The 27-year-old’s nightmare stint in England appears to be all but over however with reports suggesting the player is flying to Istanbul to complete a medical today ahead of his move to The Lions.
Feghouli joins a growing list of stars who have joined Galatasaray this summer, including former Swansea striker Bafetimbi Gomis, Manchester City midfielder Fernando and Younes Belhanda, who made a £7.2 million switch from Dynamo Kiev.