Emre Mor is currently on loan at Galatasaray from Celta Vigo.
Five days ago, we covered claims from Turkey that Championship clubs Brentford and Swansea City are interested in the forward, while Leeds United were also linked with him.
BT in Denmark explain the Bees are convinced with the wideman’s qualities as a footballer.
Despite that, they go on to mention Mor having difficulties in adjusting at his previous clubs, Borussia Dortmund and Celta Vigo, and the same has happened at Galatasaray.
It’s claimed Thomas Frank’s side have not received positive responses internally or externally about the Denmark-born Turkey international so far.
The player’s representative is also aware of the Championship side’s skepticism over the signing.
Brentford have a Danish manager and a handful of players from the same country in their squad. According to the report, the Danish players at Brentford are concerned about Mor potentially being their teammate at Griffin Park.
Therefore, Brentford have ended negotiations to sign Mor in the winter market.