Turkish side Fenerbahce have expressed an interest in ending Loic Remy’s nightmare spell at Chelsea, according to newspaper reports.
AMK have reported that the 29-year-old forward has emerged as a target for the 19-time Super Lig champions and have entered preliminary discussions about securing a permanent transfer.
The Frenchman scored just three goals in 20 appearances for the Blues last season, and is said to be low down on Antonio Conte’s pecking order as he attempts to turn Chelsea back in title contenders.
It is thought that Chelsea will be unable to recoup the £10.5million they initially spent on the striker, but are reportedly willing to accept a cut-price deal to get him off the books at Stamford Bridge.
Remy was linked with a move to China earlier this year, while Tottenham also emerged as a shock contender.