Fenerbahce have joined Galatasaray in the race to sign Milot Rashica from Norwich City this summer. 

That's according to Fotospor and other Turkish media outlets, with the Kosovan international poised for a permanent Norwich exit this summer. 

City are beginning the wheels of change this summer, having completed the signing of experienced striker Ashley Barnes on a free transfer. 

But there will need to be departures in order to fund an overhaul and plug financial gaps elsewhere, with Norwich expected to cash in on Rashica. 

Rashica joined Galatasaray on loan last September and has become a fan favourite with impressive performances for the Super Lig leaders. The 26-year-old has scored six goals in 29 appearances in Istanbul this season as they continue their push for the title. 

Gala vice president Erden Timur has reportedly travelled to England to begin negotiations with Norwich's hierarchy for the permanent transfer of Rashica. There is optimism that the clubs can reach an initial agreement in the coming weeks. 

An opening offer of €7million has supposedly been tabled with Gala hoping to split the payments into four instalments over four years. The report adds that Fenerbache would be willing to pay that amount upfront before September 1. 

Rashica's preference is to turn his loan spell at the Nef Stadium into a permanent one, with the winger asking his representatives to try and thrash out a deal with Galatasaray chiefs before any discussions with other clubs. 

In his round of local media conducted last Friday, City's sporting director Stuart Webber admitted Rashica was likely to depart the club this summer. 

The Pink Un: Milot Rashica has spent the season on loan at Turkish side Galatasaray.Milot Rashica has spent the season on loan at Turkish side Galatasaray. (Image: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd)

"Could I see a sale of (Milot) Rashica) this summer, for example? Yes," Webber said. "He's not going to want to come back and play in the Championship.

"He's had a really good season at Galatasaray. There's interest. That might be a sale that really suits us because it helps us, not necessarily in spending on the squad, but it might contribute to wages for a loan player.

"It might be actually we can do a bit more on the infrastructure or we can keep in the bank for next year."