Manchester United failed with a January offer for Fenerbahce striker Vedat Muriqi, it has been revealed.
Fotospor says Fenerbahce have rejected a €25 bid from United for Muriqi.
The Turkish giants do not want to lose the player before the end of the season and want another €5m before they are prepared to discuss the transfer, according to Fotospor.
Muriqi’s agent Haluk Canatar was reported to have requested a €30m release clause in his client’s contract but the Istanbul side refused, promising instead to let the player leave if a suitable offer comes in.
The 6ft 4in center-forward, who has 23 caps and 8 goals for Kosovo, is in the form of his life in the Turkish top flight with 13 goals and five assists in 20 games this season.
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The Yellow Canaries’ board feels that Muriqi’s form is such that they could raise as much as €50m after a full season.
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