Contrary to reports linking Nigerian striker, Emmanuel Emenike, with a move to the Middle East, a close confidant of the player has revealed that the former Karabukspor striker will still ply his trade in Europe in the 2015/16 season.
Emenike, 28, has endured a torrid campaign last season netting only five goals in 34 league matches prompting rumours Fenerbahce might let the powerful striker go.
Yucel Iidiz, who coached Emenike at Karabukspor, told the media in Turkey that Emenike who has been linked to Tottenham Hotspur will remain in Europe.
“Emenike will join a top European league over the summer, he will not be moving to the Arab Gulf or China,” Ildiz told Radyospor.
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