Ezgjan Alioski will leave Leeds United as a free agent in the summer if there is no renewal before the end of June.
Various reports have repeatedly credited Galatasaray with having an interest in the 29-year-old, and there’s even been claims it’s a done deal.
A week ago, FotoMaç explained the left-back had agreed a deal with the Turkish club, but the deal hasn’t been made official because the player wanted to avoid a backlash from Leeds supporters.
Other claims in Turkey have recently stated that there may not be funds to cover his contract anyway.
There’s a new twist in this saga, with Asist Analiz stating there’s nothing happening.
It’s claimed Faith Terim’s side are in talks with five players, and the Leeds defender is not included in this list, and that’s because Galatasaray are ‘definitely not interested’ in Alioski.
Asist Analiz state recent reports linking Marcelo Bielsa’s fullback to the Turkish club are ‘untrue’, while they acknowledge Alioski has ‘plenty of suitors’ elsewhere.