Edin Dzeko is in advanced talks over a transfer deal to the European giants that will allow him to remain in the Champions League

EDIN DZEKO is reportedly in advanced talks over a move to Fenerbahce.

The Inter Milan star’s contract expires this summer and he’s no closer to a contract extension.

Edin Dzeko is close to a transfer to Fenerbahce


Edin Dzeko is close to a transfer to FenerbahcePhoto credit: Reuters

He was reportedly on the receiving end of offers from the Champions League runners-up, but the player had to accept a pay cut.

Inter Milan are already preparing a substitute list which is said to include Arsenal star Folarin Balogun.

Fenerbahce are ready to step in and he is their main target as a forward.

The Turkish giants have allegedly offered the 37-year-old a two-year deal.

Meanwhile, the club are also close to appointing new coach Vincenzo Montella, who will be officially in charge of Sevilla and Fiorentina.

He left Adana Demirspor this summer after guiding them to fourth place, which was their best-ever league finish.

Dzeko has spent the last two seasons at Inter Milan, helping them win two Coppa Italias.

He previously spent six years at Roma, where he won the Serie A Golden Boot in 2017.


Dzeko also played for Manchester City and helped them win two league titles.

The Bosnian scored the second goal in City’s legendary comeback against Queens Park Rangers and clinched the title in dramatic fashion in 2012.

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