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Emenike still in limbo



Supersport.com can report that Turkish Super Lig club, Fenerbahce are yet to make a "defining bid" for Nigerian forward, Emmanuel Emenike.

Emenike's agent, Erdem Konyar, disclosed to supersport.com this week that "there is an interest."

But Konyar did not state if the interest for Emenike is coming from Fenerbahce, which have been linked with re-signing the Spartak Moscow striker since last year.

"The latest is there is an interest. But no defining bid has been made," said Konyar to supersport of his 25-year-old client.

In the Turkish media, reports suggest that Fenerbahce have continued negotiations with Spartak Moscow for the Nigerian forward.

Emenike's lawyer, Rezan Opozdemir, has been quoted as saying: "First the clubs have an agreement. Fenerbahce are in talks with Spartak Moscow in the transfer of Emenike. Figure would not be very healthy to say something about. But still talks I know have taken place."

Emenike, currently in Nigeria's camp for the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations, joined Russian giants, Spartak Moscow from Fenerbahce in July 2011 for a transfer fee of €10 million.



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