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Fenerbahce chairman reveals Emenike finances

Fenerbahce chairman Aziz Yildirim has explained how much the 28-year-old could cost West Ham if he joins.“We’re about to loan [Emenike] to West Ham United,” Yildirim said.“They will give £760,000 (€1million) to us for this agreement and they will have the option to purchase him for £8.3m (€11m).”
“But the deal hasn’t been completed yet.” he added
Emenike’s current contract, officially confirmed by Fenerbahce shows he earns €2.5 million Euros per year in Turkey as well as a €12,500 per-match appearance bonus.  West Ham would probably pick up 100% of his wages while on loan meaning around a bill of around £36,000 per week as well as a £9,500 per match appearance bonus. At a combined £45,000 per game, he would still be cheaper than the current contract enjoyed by Jelavic thought to add up to £55,000 per week.

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One comment on “Fenerbahce chairman reveals Emenike finances

  1. Emenike could turn out to be exactly what we need at the moment. He is fast, despite being in the latter part of his career as a striker, he is fit & a big lump of a lad. He scores goals. He played well for Spartak & has played 37 times for Nigeria & Champions League. Plenty of experience there. All down to him for the rest of this season if he comes. Does he want a permanent contract? We create plenty of chances from midfield but we aren’t putting it away. If we want to consolidate a spot in Europe or even catch Spurs for Champions League we have to put our chances in the net. Valencia is not consistent, Sakho will take time to get match fit again & so will Carroll. We can defend, we can be creative but we are not taking our chances in front of goal. You would think that a player who gets a chance in the top of the Premier League in the last few years of his career would grab hold of it with both hands. It looks like he’s coming & it looks like he’ll be on the park pretty quickly. Lets hope he settles in in a hurry. He has something to prove but the owners & Bilic have been pretty astute up to this point IMO. We can get into Europe but we need to push on.

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