Nigeria skipper Joseph Yobo is sad over his treatment by Fenerbahce. Yobo has spent the last two seasons on loan in Turkey. With the Turkish vice-champions due to start pre-season training next week, the defender wants to know his fate.
Negotiations are ongoing between the management of Everton and the Yellow Canaries on a permanent deal. The British club have reduced their valuation of Yobo to 3.5 million euros but Fenerbahce have offered 2.5 million euros for him.
There’s now a difference of one million euros to be met by the Turkish club before the transfer of the player can materialize. Coach of Fenerbahce, Aykut Kocaman has told the leadership of the club to continue haggling, as Yobo is in his plans for the coming season.
“Preparations began for the new season, but my condition is still not clear. Please tell me your opinion clearly.
The club’s (Fenerbahce’s) silence makes me sad. This situation can not continue like this, ‘’Yobo was quoted as saying by the online edition of Milliyet.