Turkish champions Fenerbahce will be in Qatar to negotiate a possible transfer of Nigeria striker Imoh Ezekiel, africanFootball.com reports.
36 Lion chairman, Gafaar Liamed, told africanFootball.com Fenerbahce may sign the Al Arabi forward this summer as the club is ready to buy him out rightly.
“A couple of teams have shown interest in signing Imoh Ezekiel this summer,” Gafaar said.
“Real Sociedad, Espanyol both in Spain and a German team have enquired about Ezekiel, but Fenerbahce seem to be the team who will sign him if the officials agreed a deal because that is the only club that is ready to buy him out rightly which is what Al Arabi want. Other teams want him in loan.
“Fenerbahce will be in Qatar in coming days to meet Al Arabi official to negotiate,” he told africanFootball.com.
The 36 Lion of Lagos product played on loan at old club Standard Liege at the just-concluded season and scored four goals.
He may be a direct replacement for Emmanuel Emenike, who is expected to quit Fenerbahce this summer.
Ezekiel is valued at about €10 million.
The Nation news – culled from: http://thenationonlineng.net/new/fenerbahce-hit-qatar-for-ezekiel/