Turkish club in very advanced talks to sign QPR target Kehinde on loan with option to buyPublished: August 11, 2022
Allnigeriasoccer.com understands that Turkish Super Lig club Sivasspor are hopeful of signing Manchester United academy product Tosin Kehinde in the coming days.
Negotiations between Sivasspor and Randers are at a very advanced stage and the midfielder's transfer to the Europa League hopefuls is imminent.
Kehinde has entered the last one year of his contract with Randers and has agreed to extend his stay with the Danish Super Liga club by an additional season, until June 30, 2024, before heading to Sivasspor.
Sivasspor have made huge progress in talks over signing the former Nigeria U23 invitee on loan for the remainder of the season with an option to buy set at 1.5 million euros (N648 million).
Queens Park Rangers were genuinely interested in bringing Kehinde back to England having extensively scouted him over the last one year but the Championship outfit have been priced out of a deal.
Although no official bid was tabled by Queens Park Rangers, they made enquiries over the availability of the winger and the Hoops were quoted a fee of 1.2 million euros to sign him on a permanent basis.
Kehinde has totaled 102 career appearances for Randers, registering nine goals and sixteen assists.
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