Former Nigeria international Emmanuel Emenike has been linked with a return to one of his former club in Turkey, Kardemir Karabukspor.
Emenike featured for Karabukspor between 2009-11 in which he scored 30 goals in 51 appearance.
Emenike was last on loan at West Ham but having failed to impress, the Hammers did not extend the loan deal for the striker who actually is on the books of Fenerbahce.
Sporx.com,one of the many sources reporting the possible return of Emenike to Karabukspor suggest that the manner in which he left Fenerbahce first first for a loan spell in Dubai with Al-Ain before going to London does not make his return to his parent club a viable possibility.
The powerful Nigerian striker was struggling for first-team football atFenerbahce and he never had it good with the fans so he had to leave for Al Ain of the United Arab Emirates on loan. However, he was after something more challenging, and headed to West Ham in the winter.
His time at the club was less than successful.
He scored twice against Blackburn Rovers in the FA Cup inwhat was his third game for the club. However, he failed to score again and these proved to be his only goals in 16 appearances at West Ham
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