Ghana international Bernard Mensah has revealed that he would consider a move to Turkish Super Lig giants Fenerbahce according to Goal.
According to the reports, Mensah who currently plays for fellow Turkish side Kayserispor has been heavily linked with several clubs ahead of the January transfer window.
The 25-year-old has made ten appearances in the Turkish Super Lig this season for Kayserispor.
“Every football player wants to play [for] a big team," Mensah said in relation to the speculations, as reported by Fanatik.
"I am currently thinking only about Kayserispor.
"If such an offer comes, it will be considered.
“Every footballer wants to play in the Champions League and in the European League, [but] I'm happy here right now.
"However, if the offer comes from a big team, it will be important for the player's career. Then I will talk to our mother, Berna [Kayserispor Chairman Berna Gozbasi]."
Kayserispor signed Mensah on a permanent contract earlier this year following his loan spell with Atletico Madrid.