Haji Wright is already on the radar of several European clubs this summer and one La Liga club has reportedly joined the race for his signature.
Villarreal has made an opening bid for Wright, which Antalyaspor has turned down, Turkish outlet Aksam reported Friday. Villarreal’s €10 million bid was denied with the Antalayspor front office seeking at least €15 million, according to the report.
The 24-year-old leads the Turkish Super Lig club in scoring for the second-straight season, currently registering 16 goals in all competitions. Wright has two final matches on his schedule before entering an intriguing offseason this summer.
Scottish Premiership club Rangers previously made an offer to Antalyaspor for a summer transfer of Wright, which Antalyaspor also declined. Antalyaspor fans recently booed Wright in his return to action on May 22, following the striker’s dry spell in front of goal.
Antalyaspor sits 10th in the Super Lig standings with two matches to play.
Wright was also recently named to the USMNT’s preliminary roster for this summer’s Concacaf Gold Cup. The Gold Cup runs from June 16-July 16 across the United States.