Fotomaç report Fenerbahçe’s offer for Jeremain Lens has been turned down by Sunderland.

The Turkish giants want to secure Lens on a permanent deal given his great performances for the club and had begun discussions with Sunderland. Fenerbahçe’s first offer was turned down by Sunderland as the Premier League side will only sell Lens for £8million.

Fenerbahçe offered former PSG right back Gregory van der Wiel and former West Ham striker Emmanuel Emenike to Sunderland for Lens according to previous claims in the Turkish media.

Fotomaç today report Sunderland manager David Moyes isn’t interested in either player, which is another reason why Sunderland rejected the offer.
Sunderland’s board have also reassured there’ll be no more talks regarding Lens as they’ve made it clear they’ll only sell the Dutchman to Fener if the Turkish club come in with the right offer.

Lens has rediscovered his form at Turkish giants after a mixed spell with Black Cats.

The Dutchman’s recent performances have caught the attention of Netherlands manager Danny Blind and the attacker recently regained his place in the national team.

3 goals and 7 assists in just 12 Turkish league games, Lens is currently the best offensive player at Fenerbahçe.

£8m sounds like a bargain.