Fulham midfielder Jean Michael Seri, who’s currently on loan at Galatasaray, has spoken to Anadolu Agency and expressed his thoughts about staying at the club.
Seri joined the club last summer on a loan deal with an option to buy and despite a shaky start to his career in Turkey, he’s managed to establish himself as a key player in Fatih Terim’s side during the second half of the season.
His recent upturn in performance has led to talk of him staying at the Super Lig side beyond this season, but the Ivorian said he’s not thinking about this at the moment, as covered by Fotomac: “I don’t want to talk about my future. I think we should be focusing on how we can get through this crisis and step into the field to play football. After that, we’ll see what happens.”
The 28 year old said that he wants to win the Turkish Super Lig title with Galatasaray, when the league is expected to return on the 12th of June.
There have been reports Fulham could look to offload him in the summer if they don’t get promotion to the Premier League.
Seri is contracted to the Craven Cottage club until June 2022.