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20/12/2018 - 13:46 BST

Fenerbahce Enter Race For Everton and West Ham Target Gabigol


Everton and West Ham target Gabigol has also emerged on the radar of Turkish giants Fenerbahce ahead of the opening of the January window.

Fenerbahce are approaching the January market with clear ideas on signing a striker and have identified a number of options they want to pursue.

Everton striker Oumar Niasse is one of the players they are keeping tabs on at the moment and the Turkish club have been mulling a loan with an option to sign him later on a permanent deal.

But according to Turkish daily Fanatik, Inter striker Gabigol has also been on the Turkish giants’ radar and the club are also considering taking him to Istanbul.


Gabigol is set to return to Inter later this month after his loan stint at Santos ende,d but the club have made it clear he is not part of their plans going forward.

He has been heavily linked with a move to England, with Everton and Crystal Palace interested, but West Ham are reportedly in pole position to sign him.


The Hammers have been in talks with Inter, but now could face competition from Fenerbahce, who are also keen on signing the Brazilian.