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Mikel Linked With Fenerbahce Move

Mikel Linked With Fenerbahce Move

By James Agberebi:

Nigeria midfielder, Mikel Obi, could be on his way to Turkish giants Fenerbahce following latest reports.

According to turkish-football.com, Ersin Düzen, who is the presenter of the Futbol Günlüğü show in Turkey, stated that Fenerbahce sporting director Giuliano Terraneo held talks with the Chelsea player while Terraneo was in London.

And current champions of the Turkish league, Galatasaray, have also been closely linked with the Super Eagles star who still has two years left on his Blues contract.

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Mikel made a total of 26 appearances for Chelsea last season but fell behind Nemanja Matic in the pecking order as the Blues were crowned EPL champions.

The 28-year-old midfielder joined Chelsea in 2006, and has made 339 appearances for the London club, winning the league, FA Cup, Capital One, Champions League and Europa League.

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  • mikel should stay at chelsea and go for loan at any club because we still become a good player in future

  • Hello Complete sports readers,make no mistake or worry about my boy Mikel,He is going no where,he is now the second oldest player in the team behind JT.Maurino likes seeing atleast two or more old players around him,he also loves Mikel personally and do not forget Mikel now has a British passport,infact he is now the assistant captain at the Blues chikena

    Why the much ado about my boy.You all just leave him alone with all your rumour talk.Please tell me more about other players like Moses. Mikel and i Chelsea for life.

    God will bless him and the glory of the Lord will continually shine on him in Jesus name.