Fenerbahce have not given up in their pursuit of Huddersfield Town’s Mathias Jorgensen, according to Turkish outlet Fotomac.
Jorgensen may have missed out on the opportunity to move, with Fenerbahce also looking at Sevilla’s Simon Kjaer, as well as Martin Skrtel, who is still without a club after leaving Fenerbahce at the end of last season.
With time running out until the close of the transfer window Huddersfield may have to cut their losses and reduce their demands.
Jorgensen is not part of Jan Siewart’s plans and having a player who doesn’t want to be at the club could unsettle the squad and act as a detriment to performances.
The Terriers signed the 29-year-old for £3.5m two years ago and seem keen to recoup much of that fee, and if Fenerbahce fail to sign the other two targets then they could focus all their attention on Jorgensen.
This potential move has been drawn out over the summer and it is time the two clubs reached an agreement.
His value will only decline if he isn’t being played and since he isn’t near the first-team Huddersfield should lower their asking price in order to move him on.
He would be excellent at Championship level but it seems both the player and manager have moved passed the point where there is a future for him at the club, and it is best that his situation is resolved this summer.