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Adebayo Linked With Move To Fenerbahce

Adebayo Linked With Move To Fenerbahce

Fenerbahçe are interested in signing Luton Town’s Elijah Adebayo, with the striker keen on leaving the Hatters following their relegation from the Premier League.

Whilst the campaign ended in disappointment for Rob Edwards’ side, as they ultimately finished in the bottom three, Luton emerged with credit following how they performed against the elite.

And, one player who stood out was Adebayo, with the 26-year-old scoring ten goals in 27 appearances, and he was a constant threat to opponents due to his physicality and ability to hold up the ball.

That goal scoring record, combined with his all-round game, meant Adebayo was always going to attract attention, and Turkish media outlet Takvim, via Football League World, claimed that the ex-Walsall man could be on the move to Istanbul.

They state that new boss José Mourinho is keen to sign the attacker, and that a fee in the region of €8-10m could be required to make the transfer happen.

Interestingly, they add that Adebayo is keen on leaving Kenilworth Road following relegation, as he is looking to test himself at a higher level.


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COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 6
  • Ayphillydegreat 1 month ago

    I want this boy in the SuperEagles ASAP. 

  • pompei 1 month ago

    Adebayo, Akpom, Solanke (if he’s open to the idea), and Orban.
    Let’s try these guys out in friendlies.
    I would like to add these guys to Osimhen, Lookman and Boni.
    Osimhen and Solanke are pure number 9s.
    The rest can play as number 9s, or as wingers.
    A good coach can use these lads to great effect.
    We are tired of strikers who lack pace, proper technique, keep falling down, or keep colliding with other strikers.

    • Those players will pump up the Super Eagles with injection of fresh approach.

    • JimmyBall 1 month ago

      @Pompei… we might disagree to agree atimes, but know that the likes of you, @Deo,@Kenneth and many others on this forum are held in high regard by me, and those who like me feel as Nigerians, feel we must begin to believe in ourslevs while letting merit govern us in all decision making… especially in sports, guys who will proffer solution and not gloat when Eagles fail to fly.

      Your comment above @Pompei elicits maximum respect from me. Just take Akpom for example… he is deliberately relegated to the bench at Ajax because of Brian Brobbery, a Netherlands international who though good, has the starting striker’s spot competely reserved for him because he is Dutch International who is being encouraged and supported to play for bigger gains of the Netherlands national team.

      Chuba Akpom registered atleast 15-league goals this season despite being given only scanty substitute minutes, a player good enough to produce such feat at a demanding club like Ajax, sure knows his way to goal possessing clinical technique and effective presence in games as is evident by his stats in the last 2seasons… like you said, we need technical players who can convert half chances. I am convinced that Chuba Akpom has yet to earn a any callup to Super Eagles because he has refused to pay bribe to any official’s account. There are players who know how to play that money-game and they are sure always to be on the list, whether performing at club or not.

      We have too many over-hyped players who are not totally focused on football and can’t impact games… we go learn by force… one love!

      • pompei 1 month ago

        Thanks Jimbo, we will get it right.
        We the fans just have to keep pushing!

  • Rommie 1 month ago

    We have too many strikers with no creative midfielders to supply them with the balls. Why cant we just focus on the major areas we are deficient in and look for the effective players that can fill in those positions? We need like 3 or 4 new creative midfielders in our team, we also need proper defenders who play consistently in their respective clubs (both Locally and internationally). That way, the team would be balance and solid, and their will be competition in the team. This should be our focus now, instead of inviting numerous strikers.

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