Nigeria striker Emmanuel Emenike will return to Turkish club Fenerbache at season’s end as English Premier League club West Ham will n...
Nigeria striker Emmanuel Emenike will return to Turkish club Fenerbache at season’s end as English Premier League club West Ham will not make his loan deal a permanent one.
Compatriot Victor Moses will also return to parent club Chelsea from ‘The Hammers’ after a season-long loan.
According to Sky Sports, Emenike, who joined up in January, will be allowed to leave after scoring two goals in the FA Cup against Blackburn Rovers and has yet to find the back of the net in the league.
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Earlier reports that West Ham would take up an option to buy him outrightly were therefore wide off the mark.
Victor Moses, on the other hand, has been a lot more impressive for the London club despite being sidelined for six weeks with a hamstring injury, starting 11 matches and scoring in a 2-1 win at Manchester City.
Another player who would be offloaded is Cameroonian midfielder Alex Song who has struggled to establish himself as a first-team regular under Slaven Bilic this season and has started just eight Premier League matches after joining from Barcelona in August