According to an exclusive report by The Express, West Ham United manager Slaven Bilic is on the radar of Fenerbahce.
Turkish giants Fenerbahce are said to be growing increasingly frustrated with former Sunderland manager Dick Advocaat and want Bilic as his replacement.
Fenerbahce could finish third in the Super League with Bilic’s former club Besiktas set to win the league.
After a disappointing season by their standards, Fenerbahce are keen on a controversial move for Slaven Bilic, considering he managed their bitter rivals Besiktas between 2013 and 2015 – directly before joining West Ham.
The Croat’s future at West Ham is in doubt after a turbulent second season with the East London club.
However, Bilic guided the Irons to safety after they beat Tottenham 1-0 on Friday night and his position is set to be reviewed in the summer.
Fenerbahce are keen to prise him away from the Premier League and have offered him a “name your price” offer, according to this report.
Bilic will be entering the final year of his contract next season and a big money return to Turkey with Fenerbahce is not completely out of the question.