Clubs willing to secure the services of Super Eagles striker, Emmanuel Emenike, should be ready to write a pay cheque of 20 million Euros (N4.5bn) in favour of Turkish giants, Fenerbache, so says Erdem Konyar, who is Emenike’s agent.
Konyar was however quoted as saying on Turkish Football that Emenike is happy at his Istanbul-based club so bidding for him might be needles at least for now.
He said: “Emenike has had no official offers.
“Even if he does receive official bids he has no intention to leave Fenerbahçe, he is happy at the club and wants to win the league.
“Emenike has one goal right now and that is to score as many goals as he can for Fenerbahçe and help the club win a record breaking fourth star.
“If a club want to hold talks with him they can if they meet his minimum fee release clause of €20 million (£15.7m) but as I said he is not interested in leaving right now.”
It is believed that Emenike is on the wish list of EPL sides Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur.
Emenike, 27, scored 12 league goals for Fenerbache last season but he has been struggling this term to replicate the same feat.