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German clubs competing for Ferdi Kadıoğlu!

The suitors for Fenerbahçe's rising star, Ferdi Kadıoğlu, are increasing. While it is claimed that Ferdi Kadıoğlu is on the agenda of two German giants, the amount Fenerbahçe is asking for the player is also mentioned in the news.

The suitors for Fenerbahçe's rising star, , are increasing. While it is claimed that Ferdi Kadıoğlu is on the agenda of two German giants, the amount Fenerbahçe is asking for the player is also mentioned in the news.

Ferdi Kadıoğlu, who Fenerbahçe transferred from NEC Nijmegen for 1.4 million euros at the beginning of the 2018-19 season, continues to improve his success.

After excelling in the right-back position, Ferdi Kadıoğlu has also been very productive in the left-back area, making him a favorite in the transfer market.

Europe's most wanted

Many European giants, including , have targeted the national player. The latest claim for Ferdi Kadıoğlu comes from the German press.

Bayern Munich enters the scene after Borussia Dortmund

According to the news in Derwesten, after Borussia Dortmund, has also entered the race for Ferdi Kadıoğlu.

The news details that Borussia Dortmund, not getting the expected performance from their recent transfer Ramy Bensebaini, wants to add Ferdi Kadıoğlu to their squad in January.

Ferdi Kadıoğlu

30 million euros

The news emphasizes that Fenerbahçe is demanding 30 million euros for Ferdi Kadıoğlu, and this amount is considered too high for Borussia Dortmund.

Therefore, it is stated that the German team may knock on Fenerbahçe's door in the winter transfer window with a buy-out option lease offer.

Bayern Munich is also interested

It is noted that Bayern Munich's interest in Ferdi Kadıoğlu is another obstacle in front of Borussia Dortmund.

Ferdi Kadıoğlu, 24, has a contract with Fenerbahçe until 2026.

Played 22 matches this season

The national player, who played a total of 22 matches and spent 1893 minutes on the field this season, contributed with 2 goals and 3 assists.

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