L’Equipe claim that Arsenal defender Bacary Sagna has agreed terms with Turkish giants Fenerbahce. The French international will see his current deal expire this summer and interest has been heavy after he failed to negotiate a new deal with Arsenal. A number of top European clubs have shown interest with French duo Monaco and Paris Saint Germain mentioned, whilst Manchester City has become keen to make a similar move that saw Gael Clichy and Samir Nasri switch clubs. However, according to French media L’Equipe, Sagna has agreed terms with Turkish giants Fenerbahce atter being offered a huge contract that has the advantage of a tax loophole in the country. Whilst, the full-back is fully concentrated on Arsenal’s upcoming FA Cup final with Hull City, confirmation of an agreement is yet to be released.