CHERRIES and Leeds United are reportedly both interested in Fenerbahce winger Ryan Kent.

That is according to football transfer website TEAMtalk, who say "things have not gone to play" for the 27-year-old since he left Rangers to move to Turkey.

Kent, who came through the youth ranks at Liverpool, has scored once and provided two assists in 14 Fenerbahce appearances since his move over the summer.

The report claims the Englishman has been made available for loan in January, with Cherries or Championship Leeds possible destinations.

It is said Kent is struggling to adapt to life in Istanbul.

A possible purchase clause of around £6million has also been touted.

Kent made more than 200 appearances for Rangers, winning the Scottish Premiership and Scottish Cup.

The former England under-20 international has also had experience playing on loan for Coventry City, Barnsley, Bristol City and Freiburg.