Turkish giants Fenerbahce have announced the transfer of Nigerian striker Emmanuel Emenike to Greek super house Olympiakos for a fee in the region of 2 million euros.
Emenike has endured a torrid time at Fenerbahce especially with the fans, and at a point the striker threatened to walk out of a game due to boos from fans of his own team.
His relationship with the fans, coupled with his poor form made the team send him out on loan two seasons ago, firstly to Al-Ain of the UAE and later West Ham before his return to the team before the start of last season.
He failed to nailed down a spot in the team after a brilliant start, and was at a point in time banished from the first team before an apology lead to his reinstatement in February.
Heavily linked with a move to Ukraine side Shakhtar Donestk, Olympiakos won the race for his signature and he pen a two year deal with the Greek champions with the option of another year.
Ironically he will be replacing his former strike partner in the Nigeria national team Brown Ideye who left the team in January for Chinese side Tianjin Teda.