Galatasaray manager Hamza Hamzaoğlu has revealed that he wants to keep hold of Nordin Amrabat.
“I do have plans for Amrabat next season,” Hamzaoğlu was quoted as saying by Lig Tv on his signing ceremony.
The Moroccan international joined Malaga on loan last season and enjoyed a successful spell at the La Liga outfit.
Malaga had a buyout clause option but were unable to finance the deal and Galatasaray have been unwilling to accept a lower transfer fee.
West Ham and West Brom are also reported to be interested in the 28-year-old winger according to Talk Sport.
Fellow Süper Lig outfit Trabzonspor are preparing a €2.7 million bid for Amrabat but Galatasaray are unlikely to accept considering they paid €8 million for the winger in 2012.
Amrabat had seven assists and six goals in 25 appearances for Malaga this season and still has two years left on his contract.
Hamzaoğlu signed a three-year contract as Galatasaray manager on Tuesday 9 June and won the double with Galatasaray last season.