Report: Galatasaray fear Garry Rodrigues' head has been turned by Newcastle, West Ham interest

Fenerbahce's defender Nabil Dirar (L) vies for the ball with Galatasaray's Garry Rodrigues (R) during Turkish Spor Toto Super league fotball match between Fenerbahce and Galatasaray on...

Everton, Newcastle United and West Ham United are reportedly keen on Galatasaray's Garry Rodrigues.

Galatasaray's Garry Rodrigues (L) vies for the ball with Fenerbahce's defender Sener Oznayrakli (R) during Turkish Spor Toto Super league fotball match between Fenerbahce and Galatasaray...

According to Turkish newspaper Fanatik, Galatasaray winger Garry Rodrigues has been affected by speculation over his future and may have had his head turned by rumours.

Rodrigues, 27, has endured a largely nomadic career, having featured for the likes of ADO Den Haag, Levski Sofia, Elche and PAOK, before heading to Galatasaray in January 2017.

The Cape Verde international has impressed with his blistering pace out wide for Galatasaray, more than filling the void left by Bruma following his summer move to RB Leipzig.

Rodrigues has racked up seven goals and eight assists in a superb campaign, but there have been concerns over his displays in recent weeks.

Fenerbahce's defender Nabil Dirar (L) vies for the ball with Galatasaray's Garry Rodrigues (R) during Turkish Spor Toto Super league fotball match between Fenerbahce and Galatasaray on...

Rodrigues has now failed to register a goal or an assist in his last five games, and Turkish newspaper Fanatik now report that there are concerns that Rodrigues' head has been turned by a potential move to the Premier League, with a belief that the rumours are affecting his displays.

Turkish Football recently reported that West Ham United have failed with a £10million bid for Rodrigues, whilst Everton and Newcastle United are also keen.

A huge battle for Rodrigues' signature may well commence this summer, but if the winger can't recapture his form before the end of the season, those three Premier League clubs may yet choose to look elsewhere.

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