Turkish football giants Besiktas are setting their sights on acquiring Nigerian forward Emem Eduok from Kasimpasa as part of their summer transfer plans. Reports from Fanatik.com.tr indicate that discussions have already commenced between Eduok and Besiktas coach Senol Gunes, hinting at a potential move.
At 24 years old, Eduok, who currently has two years remaining on his contract with Kasimpasa, has emerged as the club’s second-highest goal scorer in the ongoing season, netting seven goals and contributing two assists across 24 appearances. Mahmoud Hassan leads the club’s scoring charts, tallying nine goals in 25 games.
Kasimpasa presently holds the 10th position in the Turkish Super Lig table, accumulating 34 points from 27 games. Their upcoming league fixture against Bursaspor on Sunday stands as the next challenge on their agenda.
The seasoned forward, previously associated with Rivers United and Esperance, boasts a solitary cap for the Nigerian national team, the Super Eagles, showcasing glimpses of his potential at the international level.
Besiktas’ interest in securing Eduok’s services underscores the club’s strategic planning for the upcoming season, aiming to bolster their attacking options. The potential addition of Eduok to Besiktas’ roster would not only fortify their squad but also provide the Nigerian forward with a platform to showcase his skills in a more prominent league.
The discussions between Eduok and Besiktas indicate the early stages of a potential transfer, marking an exciting phase for both player and club as they navigate the intricate landscape of football transfers ahead of the summer window.