Fenerbahçe midfielder Emre Belözoğlu wants to retire at Fenerbahçe according to football agent Ahmet Bulut.
“Emre’s contract runs out at the end of the season, he is being linked with a move to the MLS but these are just rumours,” Bulut told Radyospor.
“Emre has not met had talks over his contract yet but what I do know is that he wants to stay at the club.”
Belözoğlu has been closely linked with a move to the MLS next season and will be available on a free transfer if Fenerbahçe do not renew his deal.
The experienced midfielder recently denied retiring from international football and is expected to keep on playing at club level.
“Why should I leave international football? these rumours are all false,” Belözoğlu was quoted as saying by Eurosport TR.
Belözoğlu has four goals and three assists in 24 appearances for Fenerbahçe since joining from Newcastle United in 2008.
The Turkish international has won six Süper Lig titles, the UEFA Cup and two UEFA Super Cups.
Fenerbahçe are currently third in the Süper Lig, one point behind second placed Galatasaray and first placed Beşiktaş.