Talks underway between Chelsea officials and Turkish giants over striker transfer, West Ham also join race
Fenerbahce have entered talks with Chelsea over the transfer of Michy Batshuayi according to reports in Turkey.
Fanatik claim that the Yellow Canaries are in early talks with the Blues over a loan transfer.
Per the source, the Premier League champions are open to the Belgium international leaving.
Chelsea reportedly want the 23-year-old to gain experience consistently playing first team football next season.
Blues boss Antonio Conte does not have plans for Batshuayi as a first-choice forward next season.
Chelsea snapped Batshuayi up for £33 million (BBC) last summer but he struggled to settle in.
The Belgium international played just 235 minutes of Premier League football last season.
Fenerbahce could however, face competition from Premier League outfit West Ham according to the Telegraph.
Per the source, the Hammers are keen Batshuayi but also have their eye on Javier Hernandez (Chicharito).
The East London outfit are not however, the bookmakers favourites to land the striker.
Newcastle United are ahead in the betting markets to sign Batshuayi.
Despite struggling in the Premier League, the star striker has a decent international record.
Batshuayi has 10 international caps for Belgium and four goals to his name.