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Lukas Podolski set for Galatasaray or Everton move


Manager Hamza Hamzaoglu says Galatasaray are ready to sign Arsenal striker Lukas Podolski.

The Germany international spent the last six months on loan at Internazionale but coach Roberto Mancini opted not to extend the spell with Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger not interested in keeping him at the Emirates.

"Podolski and [Marseille striker Andre-Pierre] Gignac are both on out shortlist," Hamzaoglu told NTV Sport.

"We have not yet entered direct talks."

Meanwhile, the Daily Star reports that Everton are also interested in the 30-year-old.

Last week, the striker said that he is ready to stay at Arsenal but it is very unlikely that Arsene Wenger will decide to keep him in his squad.

"They [Arsenal] are a great club and I think I can help them," Podolski is quoted as saying by the BBC.

"Things can always change, but if needs be I will remain at Arsenal next season.

"You can take experience from everywhere you play abroad, even if it was not my best year from a sporting perspective.

"But I still have many years ahead of me and a burning desire to play football."

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