Spartak Moscow defender Serdar Taşçı has denied agreeing terms with Trabzonspor according to Radyospor.
“Rumours linking me with Trabzonspor are false, I am happy at Spartak Moscow and have two years on my contract, I want to win the league title here within that time,” Taşçı told Radyospor.
Turkish sports website Fotomac claimed that Taşçı is keen on a move to the Turkish Super Lig club and that Trabzonspor are preparing an offer for the 28-year-old.
“As a family we support Trabzonspor. Last seson he was in talks with Trabzon but the move never materialised,” Taşçı’s father was quoted as saying by Fotomac.
“He is a Trabzonspor fan too and is keen on transfer to the team he supports.”
The 27-year-old centre back was born in Germany and has made 14 appearances for the German national side.
Despite being born in Germany Taşçı’s family is of Turkish origin from the region of Trabzon, on the north-eastern Black Sea coast of the country.
Taşçı still has two years remaining on his contract with Spartak Moscow.
The Germany international has made a total of 16 appearances for Spartak this season since joining from Stuttgart on a £3.5m move last season.
Spartak are currently sixth in the Russian top-flight, 17 points behind league leaders Zenit St Petersburg.