Ukranian youngster Artem Radchenko has revealed that he has agreed terms with Fenerbahçe.
The 20-year-old was quoted by NTV Spor as saying, “I have agreed terms with Fenerbahçe, I will sign after the U20 World Cup.”
The Yellow Canaries are reported to have struck a deal worth €400,000 with Uzhgorod over the transfer of Radchenko.
Radchenko was raised in the Metalist Kharkiv Youth School System.
The young midfielder made his debut for FC Metalist against FC Illichivets Mariupol on 14 April 2012 in the Ukrainian Premier League.
Hoverla Uzhhorod manager Vyacheslav Hroznyi reportedly told Ukrainian television Channel 1 TV that the younsgter has already signed a contract with the Yellow Canaries.
Fenerbahçe are the reigning Süper Lig champions and first in the league, one point ahead of second placed Beşiktaş.
The Yellow Canaries will be able to sign 14 and play 11 foreign players at any one time following the rule changes implemented by the Turkish Football Federation (TFF) that come into effect next season.