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Jose Mourinho has already asked Fenerbahce about signing £38m Chelsea player this summer

Fenerbahce is bracing for the arrival of a new manager, and all signs point to Jose Mourinho being the man to lead the Turkish club forward...READ THE FULL STORY HERE▶▶▶

Stepping back into the managerial spotlight after his departure from Roma earlier this year, Mourinho’s potential move to Fenerbahce would mark his first venture into Turkish football.

Jose Mourinho has already asked Fenerbahce about signing £38m Chelsea player this summer

Sources from Sky Sports have unveiled that Mourinho is on the verge of finalizing a two-year deal with Fenerbahce, having already given his verbal consent to take the helm at the club.

Journalist Rudy Galetti disclosed that discussions on transfer targets have been ongoing between Mourinho and Fenerbahce in recent weeks, further solidifying his imminent appointment as the new manager for the upcoming season.

Jose Mourinho has already asked Fenerbahce about signing £38m Chelsea player this summer

Interestingly, Mourinho has reportedly recommended a player from his former club Chelsea to Fenerbahce as a potential summer signing.

Romelu Lukaku, the prolific striker who has flourished under Mourinho’s guidance at various clubs including Chelsea, Manchester United, and Roma, is said to be on the radar for a move to Turkey.

Lukaku’s impressive goal-scoring record of 47 goals in 101 games managed by Mourinho adds an enticing dimension to the prospect of their reunion at Fenerbahce.

Despite Lukaku’s recent loan spell with Roma culminating successfully, it is worth noting that his contractual ties with Chelsea extend until 2026, presenting a potential obstacle to any immediate transfer.

Nevertheless, the speculation surrounding a possible union between Mourinho and Lukaku at Fenerbahce has ignited excitement among fans and pundits alike, underscoring the allure of their partnership transcending borders and leagues….Continue The Full Reading.>’.

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