- Peter Olayinka could be playing in Turkey's Super Lig next season
- League giants Fenerbahce are reportedly keen on signing the forward
- The Nigerian international has been in blistering form for Slavia Prague
Super Eagles forward Peter Olayinka is said to be on the radar of Turkish giants Fenerbahce, ahead of the forthcoming January transfer window.
The 27-year-old was a half-time substitute during Slavia Prague's 3-0 thrashing at Viktoria Plzen, having sustained an injury.
He has been in fine form for the club in the past three seasons and has continued to attract interest from several other football outfits.
The latest reports have it that Fenerbahce are already monitoring the player, who has registered 43 goals and 23 assists in 169 appearances for the seven-time Czech champions.
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He has led Slavia Prague to three league titles and has remained consistent since joining the outfit, Soccernet reports.
Fenerbahce currently sits at the Turkish Super Lig summit with 29 points after 13 games. Olayinka could be a great addition to the Yellow Canaries because of his great skill at finishing.
If the Turkish outfit succeed in signing Olayinka, he will be the second Nigerian player at the club after Bright Osayi-Samuel.
Back in February, manager İsmail Kartal urged the club management to 'pull out all the stops' to add Olayinka to their transfer list and to get him to switch to the Super Lig in the summer.
The impressive star can play anywhere across the attacking line, having scored seven goals and having three assists in 27 official matches for his current side this season alone.
Osimhen searching for personal trainer
Sports Brief earlier reported on Nigerian international Victor Osimhen searching for a personal trainer to help improve his performance when club football returns.
Osimhen has been out of action due to the 2022 FIFA World Cup break, with the Super Eagles failing to qualify for the global showpiece in Qatar.
The former Lille of France striker has been in blistering scoring form for Serie A side Napoli this season, but he is desperate to improve.