Manchester City are moving for Fenerbahce attacker Colin Kazim-Richards.

The Sun says the mega-bucks Eastlands outfit are the ONLY Premier League side in the hunt to snap up Fenerbahce's £4million-rated winger - even though they could face competition from Italian club Lazio.

Contrary to recent reports, neither Newcastle nor top-flight new-boys Hull are interested in Kazim-Richards.

City boss Mark Hughes has instructed his trusted backroom aides Mark Bowen and Eddie Niedzwiecki to provide him with a detailed dossier on the former Bury, Brighton and Sheffield United player.

Kazim-Richards still has three years left on his contract with Fenerbahce and the Turkish giants are reluctant to let him go because they rate him highly.

But City's offer will be too good to turn down for the Turks, who paid the Blades just £1.25m when they bought him 13 months ago.