Turkish Super Lig giant, Fenerbahce have stepped bid to lure fringed Super Eagles striker, Anthony Nwakaeme from Trabzonspor, fanatik can report.
Fenerbahçe have been very busy in the transfer window in line with the club’s resolve to return to winning ways next season.
Towards this end, the yellow and Blue are in talks with Trabzonspor to let go of their prized striker for an undisclosed fee.
Fenerbahce sporting director, Emre Belozoglu met with Nwakaeme’s manager earlier this week to discuss a possible transfer of the player whose contract has a special exit clause.
It is noted that Nwkaeme’s exit fee is 6 million Euros. As in the Neymar example, the player can leave the club by paying this price himself.
Word was life in Turkey that Nwakaeme may possibly jump at the offer considering the pedigree of Fenerbahce compare to Trabzonspor.
Besides, it is believed that the former Hapoel Beer Sheva striker has set his eyes on UEFA Champions League football next season.
But it unknown if the Nigerian will be willing to cough out his 6 millions Euros release clause.
Belözoğlu said the club is giving the idea a deep thought after the release clause will be deliberated on.
“We want time to think,” Belözoğlu told fanatik on Thursday.
Nwakaeme, who scored 11 Turkish Super Lig goals (14 goals in 43 games across all competitions), finished the season as Trabzonspor’s second top scorer behind Sorloth with 24 goals.