Fenerbahce are interested in signing Huddersfield Town defender Terence Kongolo this summer, according to journalist Manu Lonjon.
Kongolo made 11 appearances for Town last season, but his future at the John Smith’s Stadium remains up in the air heading into the summer.
The 26-year-old became Huddersfield’s club-record signing when he arrived from AS Monaco in 2018, arriving for a fee of around £17.5m.
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The defender spent the second-half of last season on loan at Fulham, making only two appearances for the London side after encountering problems with injury.
Fenerbahce are the latest side to have now been linked with a move to Kongolo, though, as per journalist Manu Lonjon.
It is claimed that the Turkish side are interested in a loan move for the defender with a view to a permanent deal, with the process said to be reaching “decisive hours”.
Kongolo still has another couple of years left on his contract at the John Smith’s Stadium, and it remains to be seen whether the club look to cash in on the defender this summer.
I wouldn’t see the point in letting Kongolo leave on loan.
He is clearly a very talented player who cost a lot of money only two years ago, but what’s the point in letting him leave on loan if they can receive a huge fee for him?
I think his future lies away from Huddersfield, and he may look to have a fresh start next season.