Soldado agrees to join Fenerbahce from Villarreal

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The Turkish giants are set to add the former Tottenham man to their ranks, with an agreement to sign the striker now in place

Roberto Soldado has agreed a move from Villarreal to Fenerbahce.

Both clubs have confirmed the deal, with the Turkish side reportedly meeting a €5million exit clause in the striker's contract, with only final personal terms and a medical left before the transfer is completed.

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Soldado is due to arrive in Istanbul on Wednesday evening, where negotiations will continue, but Fener say he has agreed to the switch in principle.

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The former Spain international posted a Twitter image showing him en route to Turkey. 

Soldado has spent two seasons with Villarreal, who he joined following an unsuccessful spell in the Premier League with Tottenham.

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The 32-year-old only scored nine league goals in the last two campaigns and was restricted to 10 top-flight appearances last season due to an ACL injury.

Prior to his £26million Spurs switch in 2013, Soldado represented Real Madrid, Osasuna, Getafe and Valencia.

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