Cardiff City striker Kenneth Zohore is reportedly interesting Fenerbahce despite his lack of playing time with the Bluebirds.
Wales Online cite Turkish outlet Haber in reporting that Fenerbahce have made an offer for the player which is being considered by boss Neil Warnock.
The 24-year-old has made just six Premier League appearances this season, with three of those coming from the substitutes bench.
The striker’s last top-flight start came in the defeat to Burnley at the end of September, and he has been left out of the matchday squad on the last three occasions.
Zohore was expected to play a significant role this campaign having scored nine Championship goals last term and 12 the season before.
However, converted full-back Callum Paterson, Danny Ward and Bobby Reid have overtaken the Dane in the striking pecking order.
Having initially spent six months on loan at the Cardiff City stadium, Zohore moved to South Wales permanently in the summer of 2016.
His deal expires next summer and he is not expected to be offered new terms given his current lack of playing time.
Fenerbahce are reportedly keen to replace Islam Slimani, whose loan deal from the Bluebirds’ Premier League rivals Leicester City has not been a rip-roaring success.