Saturday, 1 July 2017

Fenerbahce Terminates Nigeria's Emmanuel Emenike’s Contract

Former Super Eagles forward Emmanuel Emenike has parted company with Turkish side Fenerbahce after a troubled four years stay at the club.
The 30 year old who had just a year left on his current Fenerbahce contract, made just 19 appearances last season, scoring four goals in the process after spending time on loan in the United Arab Emirate with Al-Ain and in England with West Ham the previous season.

Heavily linked with a move to Shakhtar Donetsk of Ukraine the Nigerian is expected to be compensated by the team before he is officially declared a free player, which will clear the way for him to move to the Ukrainian giants.

Olympiakos are reportedly interested in Emenike but are said to be put off by Fenerbahce's N736 million (€2m) asking price. 

His contract was terminated alongside that of Dutch right back Gregory Van Der Wiel.

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