Two north london clubs, Arsenal and Tottenham are keeping tabs on Nigeria Striker Emmanuel Emenike, according to Turkish newspaper, Skorer.
Emenike has been in an impressive form for Nigeria and inspired the Super Eagles to a 1-0 victory over Bosnia, assisting the Osaze Odemwingie’s goal.
The 27-year-old has led Nigeria’s attack at the World Cup 2014 and has 10 goals in 21 internationals.
The Yellow Canaries signed Emenike from Karabükspor for €9 million in 2011 but the Nigerian international was sold to Spartak for €10 million without playing a single game for the Yellow Canaries.
The Nigerian international rejoined Fenerbahçe last summer from Spartak for €13 million, and has scored 12 goals as well as provided nine assists in 28 appearances this season.
Fenerbahçe manager, Ersun Yanal, recently revealed that he would like to keep hold of Emenike.
However, the board will listen to offers of €20 million.
“If you were to ask me to make a choice, I would always go with Emenike,” Yanal said.
“Emenike is young, strong, fast and far more explosive.”
The powerful striker was closely also linked with Chelsea before joining the Yellow Canaries last August.