Honduran striker Alberth Elis is being related to the Fenerbahçe from Turkey, one of the greats of the old continent and mainly of the old Constantinople. Media from that country have reported that the club will offer him three years of contract in December.
Elis’s relationship with the Turkish team comes from two years ago, the Europeans tried to take him away before the start of the MLS in 2019, but the offer they presented was less than the 4.2 million dollars that the Honduran cost the Houston Dynamo.
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“Fenerbahçe will make the transfer of Alberth Elis free of charge with the MLS team. The club is preparing to sign a 3-year contract with Elis, ”the country’s media reported after the Honduran’s statements where he spoke of the dream of going to Europe.
The Central American ends a contract with the Houston Dynamo for which he arrived in January 2017 for three years, there he has managed to play 82 games and has scored 30 goals, being one of the most profitable that the orange club has.
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“La Panterita” revealed that the Dynamo does not want to lose it and has already put a mega contract on the table, “they say it is the largest in history they have made,” said the forward during this week making it clear that “I want to demonstrate What am I made of in Europe ”.
The Fenerbahce is next to Galatasaray and Besiktas, the greatest in Turkish football, a league in which the catracho would fit perfectly. His agent, the Costa Rican Daniel Solís, is analyzing with Elis and his family, the best decision they can make, since Elis’s sports future is at stake, he is 24 years old and wants to continue growing.
If he arrived at the Fenerbahce, Elis would do it at no cost, something that would make it easier for the catracho, since he had wanted to leave since last year, but he was tied by the Dynamo, now that he is free he says he is ready to conquer the old continent. “I already showed in Houston that I have capacity and I like big challenges,” said San Juan-born forward, Tela.