Fenerbahçe signs former player Emenike from Spartak Moscow, loans Stoch to PAOK
Fenerbahçe had signed Emenike two years ago from Kardemir Karabük, before the Nigerian forward left the club to play at Spartak Moscow amid a match-fixing scandal. AA photoFenerbahçe has announced the capture of Nigerian forward Emmanuel Emenike from Spartak Moscow for 13 million euros, two years after he left without ever playing a game amid a match-fixing scandal.
He had been charged with faking an injury in May 2011 when at Kardemir Karabükspor, ruling him out of a match against Fenerbahçe, with whom he signed a four-year deal a few weeks later.
Emenike was acquitted in April. Fener has also loaned winger Miroslav Stoch out to PAOK in a bid to clear its foreign player quota.