Sunderland target Sow to hold contract talks with Fenerbahce

Fenerbahce will hold contract talks with Moussa Sow after the UEFA Champions League qualification games against Shakhtar Donetsk according to the Hurriyet newspaper.

The daily paper states that Fenerbahce have rejected the Senegalese request of having a guaranteed first-team football however, that they will open negotiations after the UCL qualification games.

The 29-year-old has impressed in pre-season training having scored seven goals in eight games. The newly appointed Fenerbahce manager Vitor Pereira is understood to be keen on keeping Sow at the club.

The Turkish newspaper AMK claim that Sunderland have been closely linked with the 29-year-old striker and that the Black Cats are preparing a bid.

Sow – who joined Fenerbahce from Lille for €10 million in 2012 – has one year remaining on his current deal with the Istanbul giants.

The 29-year-old striker has won two Super Lig titles and the Turkish Cup since signing for the Istanbul giants.

Sow provided eight assists and scored 16 goals in 40 appearances for Fenerbahce lasts season.

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