Fenerbahçe have rejected a €15 million bid for Sunderland target Moussa Sow according to HaberTürk.
The report claims that Qatari side Al-Ain made the offer but that the Yellow Canaries want €17 million for the Senegal international.
Fenerbahçe president Aziz Yildirim recently revealed that Sow has a €17 million release clause.
The Daily Star recently reported that the Black Cats had made a €17.72 million offer for the Senegalese international. Yildirim did however, deny receiving the bid.
Sow has also attracted interest from fellow Premier League outfit West Ham over the summer transfer window according to the Express.
The Senegal international still has another year left on his contract and will make €1.4 million for the 2015-16 season.
The 29-year-old striker is still expected to play regular first-team football for the Yellow Canaries despite the transfer of Robin van Persie from Manchester United.
Sow has started in every game for the Istanbul giants this season and is likely to continue playing regularly.