Fenerbahce are believed to be considering parting ways with Nigerian star and on-loan West Ham striker Emmanuel Emenike at the end of th...
Fenerbahce are believed to be considering parting ways with Nigerian star and on-loan West Ham striker Emmanuel Emenike at the end of the season according to Fanatik.
Emenike who is currently on loan at West Ham after joining in January from the Istanbul giants fell out of favour with the Fenerbahce board and staff last season after a disappointing spell and off the pitch issues.
Since his arrival at Upton Park, the Nigerian intentional striker has managed to just two goals in all competitions for the Hammers this season and the east London based club believed to have a buyout clause option that has been denied by the Hammers’ boss Slaven Bilic.
West Ham were reported to have had a buy-out clause option that they would have been forced to activate if Emenike made 10 Premier League appearances. Bilic has denied a clause in Emenike’s contract forcing the club to sign the Nigerian international for €11 million if he makes 10 Premier League appearances.