As many as three African Premier League footballers could exit England in the next few days.

Demba Ba, John Obi Mikel and Emmanuel Adebayor have all been offered the chance to join the Turkish Super League.


Fenerbahce are desperate to add to their strike force and have made the Senegalese forward Ba their main target.

The Chelsea forward is free to leave Stamford Bridge after just six short months. New manager Jose Mourinho doesn't feel he is the man to take them to the next level and has made a striker his main priority.

Ba has also attracted interested from Russian side Anzhi Makhachkala, however Fenerbahce lead the race.

The Turkish giants maybe banned from European football for two years, however they look set to also bring in Oscar Cardozo from Benfica.


Despite a good Confederations Cup with Nigeria, Mikel is another who isn't part of Mourinho's plans.

Galatasaray have already enquired about the midfielder and with Felipe Melo's loan deal expiring, they see Mikel as the perfect replacement.

Chelsea are holding out for £9million and Galatasaray have no problem matching that.

Mikel will link up again with his former Chelsea team-mate Didier Drogba, who joined the Turkish side in January.


After an awful 2012/13 campaign, Tottenham are ready to flog Adebayor and Besiktas have offered £5million for his services.

When on loan at White Hart Lane in 2011/12, Adebayor scored goals for fun, however after securing a permanent move his form suffered and Andre Villas-Boas is ready to sell the forward.