Galatasaray winger Nordin Amrabat has revealed that he is unsure about his future according to Milliyet.
The Moroccan international is currently on loan at Malaga and the La Liga outfit are keen on making his stay permanent.
“I am happy at Malaga, the fans are great but I think the same about Galatasaray, I do not wish to comment on my future, you never know what will happen,” Amrabat was quoted as saying.
Malaga Sporting Director Mario Husillos has however, admitted that the €3.5 million asking price to make his loan stay permanent is too high.
“His importance to the team is undoubted and the club want him to stay here, but 3.5 million is a lot of money for us,” Husillos was quoted as saying on Inside Spanish Football.
Amrabat joined Galatasaray on an €8 million from Kayserispor in 2012 and he still has two years left on his contract with the Lions.
West Ham and West Brom are also reported to be interested in the 28-year-old winger according to Talk Sport.
Malaga are currently seventh in La Liga on 46 points after 32 games but are 19 points off a top four Champions League finish.