Super Eagles stopper, Kenneth Omeruo is sure to play once again in Turkey this season, following his commencement of transfer talks with three top clubs in Turkish Super Lig.
Though Omeruo was desirous of finally cementing his place at Chelsea of England, he was not registered for this season by The Blues, thereby leaving him with another loan exit from Stamford Bridge, and he is now back in Turkey, where he played on loan last season at Kasimpasa.
It was a second spell for Omeruo at Kasimpasa, as he also played for the same club before another loan spell at fellow-Turkish side, Alanyaspor, such that he is set for a fourth straight season in the Lig.
This is sequel to reports that Omeruo has arrived Turkey for transfer talks with interested teams after failing to impress Chelsea’s new coach, Maurizo Sarri despite his top form for Nigeria at the World Cup in Russia.
The 24-year-old Omeruo, who has also previously turned out for Standard Liege of Belgium and ADO Den Haag of Holland, as well as two loan spells at Middlesbrough of England, has spent five seasons on loan away from Chelsea.
A return to Turkey is now the surest possibility for Omeruo, following reports linking him with a permanent deal at Goztepe after impressing with Kasimpasa last season.
He arrived Turkey on Tuesday for talks with not just Goztepe and two unnamed teams, who are also on his trail, as he seeks a permanent move away from Chelsea, where he has failed to make the step up to the main team since joining The Blues in 2013.