Turkish newspaper Star reports Fenerbahce are interested in signing Chelsea forward Tammy Abraham in this window.
The youngster spent last season on loan with Aston Villa, helping the club get promotion back to the Premier League.
According to Star, the Turkish side have made a loan offer to Chelsea for the English striker and are now waiting for a decision from the Premier League club.
Fenerbahce are in the market for a No.9 after parting ways with Islam Slimani and Roberto Soldado, and the Chelsea man looks to be option.
Star also claims the Turkish club have a good relationship Chelsea following the Victor Moses deal in January and are confident of getting a deal done for the 21 year old.
It’s claimed the final decision over Abraham will be made by the Chelsea coaching staff.
Abraham was key in Aston Villa’s promotion back to the English top flight, scoring 25 goals in the Championship for Dean Smith’s side. There’s been an expectation a further transfer could be arranged for Abraham to stay, and perhaps Villa need to hurry.