Euro giants strike €5m deal for West Ham star but are yet to agree personal terms
West Ham United midfielder Sofiane Feghouli has turned down a move to the Turkish Super League.
The Turkish outlet Futbol Arena claim that Galatasaray have held contract talks with the Algeria international.
The report goes onto state that Feghouli rejected a €2.8m per year offer from the Turkish giants.
Galatasaray have already struck a €5 million deal with West Ham for Feghouli. Per the source, the Lions have not given up hope of signing the former Valencia man. Further contract talks will be held at a later date.
Feghouli made the move to West Ham on a free transfer from Valencia last year. The 27-year-old scored four goals and provided three assists in 27 appearances for the Hammers last season.
The flamboyant winger has 44 international caps for Algeria, scoring 11 times. Feghouli is currently at West Ham’s Austrian pre-season training camp.
Galatasaray are keen to strengthen their squad ahead of the upcomming season. The Lions finished last term in fourth spot.