Fenerbahce have joined the race for Aston Villa winger Trezeguet according to the Fanatik newspaper.
Per the source, the Yellow Canaries will rival Galatasaray who are also interested in a summer swoop for the Egypt international.
Fenerbahce have reportedly contacted Trezeguet’s agent and entered preliminary talks.
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The report claims that Trezeguet has an €8m clause which will be activated if Villa are relegated from the Premier League.
Fenerbahce are not, however, interested in signing Trezeguet on a permanent deal as they are in the midst of a debt crisis.
The Yellow-Navy Blues instead want to loan Trezeguet with a €6m option to buy.
The Istanbul giants would be prepared to pay the 25-year-old’s wages in full.
Trezeguet is no stranger to Turkey having previously made a name for himself playing for fellow Istanbul based side Kasimpasa.
The Egyptian joined Villa from Kasimpasa last summer and has another three-years remaining on his contract.
Villa are currently 19th in the Premier League which is set to return on 17 June following the coronavirus disruptions.