Galatasaray have become increasingly impatient about their pursuit of West Ham’s Sofiane Feghouli.
Fanatik report the Turkish club have agreed on personal terms with the player already, and have also struck a deal with West Ham.
But still Feghouli hasn’t arrived in Istanbul, and Galatasaray’s hopes of featuring him against Kayserispor seem to be over.
The Turkish newspaper suggest Galatasaray’s board thinks they couldn’t do anything about the delay, because the problem is between Feghouli and West Ham and it’s about money.
Fotomac say the amount is €2m, which will be part of signing on fee from when Feghouli went to West Ham.
They have also explained Galatasaray has to pay a fee to four different agents, and this is also one of the reasons why Feghouli still hasn’t signed for Galatasaray.
The 27 year old Algerian international is currently training with West Ham but the chances of him featuring against Manchester United on Sunday are very slim.
Feghouli joined West Ham from Valencia on a free transfer last summer and scored 4 goals for the club in 27 games.