By Johnny Edward:
Turkish giants Fenerbahce have demanded €2m Euros from clubs interested in the services of want away Nigerian striker, Emmanuel Emenike, reports Completesportsnigeria.com.
Greek champions, Olympiakos were reported to have agreed personal terms with the 30 year old Nigerian striker but have been put off by the asking price of Fenerbahce according to aspor.com.tr.
The former Nigeria striker who has one year left on his current deal with the Yellow Canaries has also been deemed surplus to requirements by the club's new coach Aykut Kocaman along with Gregory van der Wiel and Volkan Şen.
Kocaman has signed Matthieu Valbuena, Mehmet Ekici and Nabil Dirar.
The former West Ham,Al Ain,and Spartak Moscow striker who joined Fenerbahce in 2013 also took to his Instagram page to react.
"Off to Istanbul. less talk, more action. I'm strong enough to take it. I'm strong enough to succeed." Emenike wrote beneath a picture posted via his Instagram wall.