Antalyaspor to sign former AC Milan & PSG man Menez

The French winger, who has been capped 24 times by his country, is all set to join the Turkish club subject to a medical after only a year at Bordeaux

Turkish club Antalyaspor have agreed a deal to sign France winger Jeremy Menez for an undisclosed fee from Bordeaux.

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Menez only joined Les Girondins in August 2016 after being released by AC Milan, but his solitary season at Stade Matmut Atlantique was disrupted by numerous injuries.

The 30-year-old made just 17 starts in Ligue 1 over the course of the campaign and departs less than 12 months into his three-year contract.

Antalyaspor announced Menez's signing with a short video on their official Twitter account which showed the 24-times capped France international saying "we are Antalyaspor".

The announcement came less than two hours after Bordeaux confirmed they had "agreed a deal in principle" with Antalyaspor for the winger, who has also played for Roma, Monaco and Paris Saint-Germain. The move is subject to a medical.

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