Mesut Ozil's brother has dropped a cryptic hint over his future on Instagram amid reports of the growing interest.
Arsenal are keen to let the German leave this month with his contract expiring in the summer.
If Ozil remains until the end of his contract, he will be entitled to £8.75million and huge “loyalty bonuses” in June.
There has been strong interest from Fenerbahce as well as clubs in the United States, principally DC United.
Gunners coach Mikel Arteta said: “We will decide what is happening in the next few days.
“A decision has to be made when you have to register or not register players, when you have to play them or not play them all the time."
And Ozil's brother, Mutlu, has given Arsenal fans a pretty clear indicator of where his sibling stands right now.
On his Instagram account, he posted a picture of Fenerbahce's club badge along with a wink face.
It comes amid growing interest from the Turkish giants, who are desperate to sign the playmaker.
As speculation continues to swirl over the 32-year-old's future, Arteta has talked up the former Real Madrid player.
“What Mesut has done at the football club is unquestionable and that will stay,” said the Spaniard.
“It doesn't matter if he plays two more games, 10 more games or none.
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“I think what he has done is there for the records, the history of the club and his contribution, I think nobody can discuss that.”
Despite the ongoing stance from club and player, Ozil remains largely popular with fans and former Arsenal star Martin Keown summed up the feelings around the World Cup winner.
“It hurts me that a player of that talent can’t get on the football pitch, it’s a crying shame,” Keown told talkSPORT.
“For me, he doesn’t go down as a legend, because he doesn’t match the energy and determination of legends that I’ve seen at that football club.
“If he had Tierney’s determination, coupled with that ability, he might’ve gone down as the best player ever to play for Arsenal.
“He’s become calculated in the way that he’s undermining the club with tweets, and I think it’s now time to go.”