Fenerbahce’s Simon Kjaer is repeatedly linked with a move away from the club, and it often just seems to be the Turkish media using the idea of interest to remind everyone how good they think the central defender is.
Inter Milan are said to be interested and ready to offer €14m for the Danish international, but if Fenerbahce are to sell in the summer they’re looking for a fee of around €20m.
Turkish newspaper Hurriyet claims West Brom have also been interested, but they state Kjaer didn’t want to go there during the January transfer window because he was worried about the club’s status in the Premier League.
That would sound odd, given that Tony Pulis has got West Brom up to 8th in the Premier League, with the club enjoying a good season.
Hurriyet’s reasons for Kjaer not being keen on West Brom don’t really add up, which places some doubt on their claims of interest generally.