Fenerbahce midfielder Mehmet Topal has vowed to stay at the club until the end of his career despite offers from across Europe.

Topal is reported to have told the Fanatik: “I want to be known as Mehmet the Fenerbahce man and that is why I have accepted what the board have put on the table.”

The Turkish international midfielder is however, still technically a free agent and could be snapped up by another club.

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is keen on brining in Topal on a free transfer according to Fotospor.

Meanwhile Tottenham Europa League winners Sevilla are also in the race as are Greek giants Olympiakos.

Fanatik even claimed that Topal had reached an agreement-in-principle with Tottenham.

Topal featured for Turkey in Euro 2016 but had to place as a centre-back in stead of his usual defensive midfield position due to missing players in the back four.

The 30-year-old midfielder has won the league title with both Fenerbahce and arch rivals Galatasaray. Topal also has European experience having played for La Liga outfit Valencia.

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