Fenerbahce set to make huge profit on Van Persie
Turkish giants are prepared to sell Robin van Persie to Chinese side Hebei Fortune in the New Year. The Netherlands international is prepared to pursue a fresh challenge with his gametime significantly reduced this season.
Van Persie, 33, has struggled for playing time under Dick Advocaat this season due to injuries and lack of form.
Fotomac suggests that Fener are willing to cash in on the Dutchman in January with Hebei Fortune willling to cough up a €13m sum for his signature.
The Istanbul outfit paid a €5.5m fee to recruit Van Persie from Manchester United in 2015, and they are set to make a handsome profit, should the deal go through.
Hebei Fortune, who are managed by former Manchester City coach Manuel Pellegrini, have signed up notable figures in Gael Kakuta and Ezequiel Lavezzi in recent times.
Van Persie has netted a solitary goal in six substitute appearances for Fenerbahce this season.