The recent situation in football has led Fenerbahce to drop their asking price for Vedat Muriqi, with Tottenham Hotspur said to be still interested in signing the Kosovo international.

Aksam today report Jose Mourinho’s side will be in the market this summer for a forward, and Muriqi is currently one of the players they are looking at.

It’s stated Fenerbahce initially valued the player in the region of €25m, but after the Covid-19 outbreak the Turkish club is now open to accepting €15m.

Along with Tottenham, it’s reported a couple of Serie A clubs are also in the hunt for Muriqi, who has been impressing for Fenerbahce since joining the club from Caykur Rizespor last summer.

This season the 25 year old has made 28 appearances in all competitions, scoring 15 goals and providing six assists.

His contract with the Yellow Canaries will expire at the end of June 2023.