By Greg Stobart
Arsenal legend Tony Adams is a shock managerial candidate for Turkish sides Bursaspor and Gaziantepspor, Goal.com has learned.
The former club are looking for a new boss following Ertugrul Saglam's resignation and the ex-Portsmouth boss has been considered as a replacement.
But a job at Gaziantespor appears more likely as their manager, Hikmet Karaman, looks set to take over at Bursaspor in a managerial merry-go-round in the Turkish Super Lig.
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The 46-year-old former central defender has expressed an interest in the Bursaspor job, where he could link up with fellow Englishman Anton Ferdinand, who completed a loan move from QPR during the January transfer window.
Goalkeeper Scott Carson is also playing for the Super Lig side, who currently sit seventh in the table, nine points behind leaders Galatasaray.
Adams is an admirer of Turkish football, having watched the division during his time in Azerbaijan in 2010, and is also interested in taking over at Gaziantespor, who sit 15th and are gearing up for a relegation battle.
After a decorated playing career, the Gunners icon remains committed to management despite difficult experiences at Wycombe, Portsmouth and Gabala.