Engin Baytar – ‘I will stay at Galatasaray until the end of the season’ [divider]
Galatasaray midfielder Engin Baytar underlined that he still has a contract with Galatasaray and has no intention of leaving in January following the Volksbank football tournament in Germany.
“I have a contract with Galatasaray until the end of the season, I have no intention of leaving but we will see what happens,” Baytar told Eurosport TR.
Baytar was demoted to the reserve side following a string of disciplinary issues.
The Turkish international was transfer listed by Galatasaray after strangling referee Cüneyt Çakır in a derby game against Fenerbahçe in 2012.
Baytar has not featured for Galatasaray this season after being left out of the squad by Cesare Prandelli and by his successor Hamza Hamzaoğlu.
The former Trabzonspor player has spent three years at Galatasaray making a total of 55 appearances for the Lions.
Baytar has won two Süper Lig titles and a Turkish Cup trophy with the Turkish giants.
Erciyesspor and Hannover 96 have been linked with Baytar but have yet to make an official bid for the controversial player.
Yiğit Gökoğlan and Baytar both faced disciplinary action following a controversial video they shared featuring both players throwing money around while driving a car.