Emmanuel Emenike could be on his way to rejoining Fenerbahce of Turkey, following his recovery from a long-term injury.
The Former Super Eagles striker could not make a mark on loan at Las Palmas of Spain and was subsequently released by Olympiakos of Greece, the once-barging attacker is seeking a revival of his career.
Emenike’s credible confidant revealed that he has already commenced plans to return to top action in the coming year, but he would prefer a deal with Fenerbahce.
Having enjoyed two spells with the Istanbul-based side, who even stood by him when he had a brush with match-fixing allegations, the all-action striker feels inclined to seek another fruitful romance with the Turkish Super Lig giants.
The 30-year-old, who has also played for Cape Town FC of South Africa, Karabukspor of Turkey, Spartak Moscow of Russia, Al Ain of the United Arab Emirates and West Ham United of England, is seeking a revival.
Emenike is not looking only at the chance of rejoining Fenerbahce, as he is also in discussion with Istanbul Başakşehir for a likely full contract in January.
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