Nigeria international, Emmanuel Emenike has rejected an offer that promises him over five million Euros in wages and bonuses from a Qatari club, AfricanFootball.com reported.
A close confidant of the AFCON 2013 top scorer exclusively told AfricanFootball. com Emenike is now open to a move away from Turkish champions, Fenerbahce, but turned down a “massive” offer from Qatar because he still wants to play at the top level in Europe for more years.
“Emenike is no more happy in Fenerbahce, he wants to move,” the close confidant told AfricanFootball.com
“He reject an offer from Qatar that would have seen him getting €5.5 per annum, but he wants to remain in the top flight for more years, so he is not ready to move there for now.
“There are clubs in other countries who want to sign him and he may well head to one of the clubs now.”
Meanwhile, Emenike’s agent, Erdem Konyar had maintained he had not entered into any talks with the several clubs linked with the striker lately.
“I personally have not entered talks with Tottenham yet. However, if Fenerbahce give permission we can enter negotiations,” said the agent.
“There are also reports that AC Milan and Fiorentina are interested in Emenike, but we have not met with them either.”
Fenerbahce President recently revealed a 10 million- Euro bid was rejected for the Nigeria striker, who had netted twice this season for the Turkish champions.
The Nigeria international has a release clause of £16 million in his contract.