Claims that Turkish club Fenerbahce have made an approach for West Ham’s Manuel Lanzini are reportedly wide of the mark. The 26-year-old has just one year left on his current Hammers deal, leaving him vulnerable to other clubs and the Mirror have reported that the Istanbul giants are keen.
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Lanzini, capped four times by Argentina, has scored 21 goals from 109 appearances in all competitions for the men in claret and blue since arriving – initially on loan – from Al Jazira in 2015. West Ham are said to have a two-year option on the playmaker and manager Manuel Pellegrini is keen to tie him down to a new deal, with Liverpool also thought to be keen.
However, a report from respected Hammers website Claretandhugh states there has been no contact with Fenerbahce and it is more likely he will pen new terms at the London Stadium. Lanzini enjoyed only 10 Premier League outings last term due to injury but, when fit, is a vital part of the side.