Turkish club, Kasimpasa, are set to make Kenneth Omeruo’s loan deal a permanent one at the end of the season.
Reports suggest that the Super Eagles defender, who joined Kasimpasa last summer on a season loan deal from Chelsea, has just one year left on his current contract and the Turkish side is keen to pay £5million to the English Premier League champions to have the player permanently.
Injury has limited Omeruo’s appearances for the Istanbul club to eight but top sources revealed that Kasimpasa are satisfied with his contributions.
He only returned to action this past weekend in a 2-2 draw with Galatasaray after a relapse of a hamstring injury.
“Kasimpasa are very satisfied with Kenneth and they are most likely to activate the player’s release clause at Chelsea which is put at between four and five million pounds,” a close source informed.
“His contract will have only a year left by next June and it is expected Chelsea will let him go for a fee by then rather than lose him for nothing thereafter.”
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