Emenike could leave Fenerbache

Emmanuel Emenike is not in the good books of the powers that be at Fenerbahce, and a departure from the Sukrü Saracoglu Stadium either in the January transfer window or next summer is in the offing.
Two goals in 13 matches this season will not be considered as a good return on investment for a player the Turkish champions paid 13 million Euros to secure his signature from Spartak Moscow.
Certainly, his performance on the pitch has not ticked the right boxes, but his volatile behaviour has been the major talking point since the start of this season.
After picking up a caution on the hour mark last Friday against Kayseri Erciyesspor, the Nigeria international had to be substituted eight minutes later by manager Kartal to protect the team from playing a man short.
But Emmanuel Emenike sulked over his substitution, and he shocked the supporters of the Yellow Canaries by sauntering to the dressing room instead of sitting on the bench.
This is not the first time he has behaved inappropriately in the last few months, having earlier had an argument with skipper Emre on match day three against Gaziantepspor.
The following week he expressed his displeasure at being dropped to the bench for the game with Akhisar.
The 27-year-old was linked with a move to Qatar champions Lekhwiya SC earlier this month.