The Fenerbahçe defender was on the verge of moving to the English Premier League in the January transfer window
Super Eagles full back, Bright Osayi-Samuel, has seen a decline in his market worth
The Nigerian’s market worth has decreased by €1.5 million, from €9 million to €7.5 million, according to transfer market.
Another deal that fell through in the month of January was the Nigerian’s return to England.
The former Queens Park Rangers full-back was on the brink of joining Bournemouth, but the deal with Fenerbahçe fell through owing to demands from both clubs.
The Super Eagles defender’s impressive play in the Turkish league adds to the likelihood that he may leave the Şükrü Saracoğlu Stadium.
But the Okija-born player has lost favour with Jorge Jesus’ starting lineup ever since he tried to part ways with the Turkish team during the Winter window.
Nonetheless, this could be the main factor for his decline in the transfer market.
Osayi-Samuel might be the answer for many English teams wanting to give their team more bite, thanks to his fast feet and directness.
Despite being a defender, the 25-year-old enjoys helping the offence, and many coaches might benefit from his expertise.
Despite the drop in the market value, the Yellow Canaries may still hold out on their €12 million asking price as Osayi-Samuel still has a contract to stay at Ulker Fenerbahce Sukru Saracoglu Stadium till June 2025