English championship side Fulham football club is currently pursuing former Nigeria striker Emmanuel Emenike who is deemed to be surplus to requirements by his current Turkish club Fenerbahce.
The ex-Spartak Moscow man is currently in London with a hope of securing a move back to the queens land.
Emenike is no stranger to playing Premier League football having enjoyed a loan stint at West Ham.
The striker has in the past played in the English the Premier League, Russian top-tier and Turkish Super League football but he has never played in the English championship.
Emenike has fallen out of favour with Fenerbahce manager Dick Advocaat and has been transfer listed. Fenerbahce are keen on selling the powerful forward and freeing up the wage bill.
Emenike has struggled for playing time this season scoring seven times and providing four assists in 21 appearances in all competitions this season.
The 29-year-old will have just a year remaining on his contract this summer and Fenerbahce have not offered a new deal.
Meanwhile, Emenike will earn an additional €2.5 million if he sees out the rest of his contract.