West Ham United striker Emmanuel Emenike will return to Fenerbahce at the end of the season after failing to impress at the London based club.

The daily Turkish newspaper Milliyet have stated that the Nigeria international will return to Istanbul once his loan deal comes to an end.

Emenike joined West Ham on a six month loan deal from Fenerbahce in January.

The Spanish outlet Espiritu Deportivo has claimed that the Real Sociedad are looking into the possibility of signing Emenike on the cheap.

Emenike has a total of two-goals in all competitions for West Ham since joining on a temporary move from Fenerbahce.

The 28-year-old is yet to score a single goal in the Premier League and has lost his place in West Ham’s starting line-up following the return of Andy Carroll.

West Ham have a buy-out option to sign Emenike at the end of the season but Slaven Bilic has remained coy on whether he will push the board to active the clause in his contract.

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