Spurs facing £5m Turkish midfield fight - reports

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Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Jermaine Jenas has emerged as a target for Fenerbache, according to reports.

The Turkish giants have been linked with a move for England international Scott Parker, a player also on the Spurs radar, as the Süper Lig champions look to strengthen their side this summer.

After suffering a rejection from West Ham vice-captain Parker, talkSPORT claims Fenerbache have turned their attentions onto the former Nottingham Forest trainee in a possible £5 million move.

Jenas fell down the pecking order at White Hart Lane last summer, with the emergence of Sandro and Rafael Van der Vaart limiting opportunities for the 28-year-old in the Spurs first team.


Steven Pienaar also arrived at Tottenham Hotspur in January, and with manager Harry Redknapp again looking to move in the transfer market for a midfielder this summer, chances will appear to be even fewer in the coming season.

It's reported that the Şükrü Saracoğlu Stadium outfit could make their move for the Spurs star in the coming days, although competition could come from Fulham with former Tottenham Hotspur boss Martin Jol also keen on the player.

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