Chelsea transfer news: Blues reportedly offered £15m deal for Nigeria's Emmanuel Emenike
Fenerbahce man could be on his way to Stamford Bridge
Tuesday 01 July 2014
Chelsea could be set to make a £15m move for Emmanuel Emenike after being offered him by Fenerbahce, according to reports.
Emenike is said to have caught the Stamford Bridge outfit's attention with his performances for Nigeria in the World Cup, and could now find himself on his way to West London.
The 27-year-old scored 11 goals in 27 appearances for Fenerbahce last season, and could reportedly be the first man Jose Mourinho brings in as he attempts to overhaul his strikeforce.
Chelsea look set to lose Samuel Eto'o, while Fernando Torres and Romelu Lukaku both seem to have uncertain futures at the club.
Diego Costa is widely expected to sign with the club this summer, with Chelsea also linked with Mario Mandzukic and Pierre Emerick Aubameyang.
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