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Fenerbahçe makes a move for Kelechi Iheanacho!

It is claimed that Fenerbahçe have initiated initial contact with the player's agent Rogon company for Kelechi Iheanacho, whose contract with Leicester City will expire at the end of the season.

It is claimed that the Yellow-Navy Blues have initiated initial contact with the player's agent Rogon company for , whose contract with Leicester City will expire at the end of the season. Here are the latest developments regarding the star player…

At Fenerbahçe, there is a possibility of Michy Batshuayi, who was considered to leave at the beginning of the season but stayed with the team, departing during the mid-season transfer period.

Iheanacho as a replacement

It was claimed that if the Belgian striker leaves during the mid-season transfer period, one of the candidates for the forward position is Kelechi Iheanacho.

Agent detail

The contract of the Nigerian star, who plays for the English Championship team Leicester, will expire at the end of the season. It is alleged that Fenerbahçe has initiated the first contact with ROGON regarding whether the 27-year-old player intends to leave during the mid-season transfer period. ROGON is the agency that has a close relationship with Ali Koç, who established close ties after taking the presidency and realized many transfers.

He may not want to leave the club

However, Iheanacho's willingness to leave may not be sufficient. If Leicester, who wants to return to the Premier League as soon as possible, does not want to let go of the team's most important striker in January, Fenerbahçe may consider Iheanacho for the new season. If there is a veto from the English team, Fenerbahçe could think about Iheanacho for the new season.

Negotiations could begin on January 1st

If the Nigerian forward does not extend his contract with the club, the Yellow-Navy Blues can officially start negotiations for the new season from January 1. It is claimed that the management is now waiting for the response from ROGON.”

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