Nigerian striker resumes pre-season with Fenerbache

Emenike left the Turkish side at the beginning of next season on a loan deal at Al Ain in Dubai.

Emmanuel Emenike

Nigerian striker Emmanuel Emenike has resumed pre-season with his parent club, Fenerbache.

Emenike left the Turkish side at the beginning of last season on a loan deal at Al Ain in Dubai.

He cut the loan deal to join West Ham in January but has now returned to his parent club.

The 29-year-old was signed by West Ham to bolster their striking options but could only manage two goals during his stay in England.

Amidst transfer speculations surrounding his future, the former Super Eagles striker was pictured in training at the club’s headquarters on Monday, June 27.

He is reported to be on the verge of a return to Turkish side Kardemir Karabukspor, his first club in Europe.

He signed for the Turkish club in 2009 from South African side F.C. Cape Town.

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