Trabzonspor are reported to be on the verge of reaching a €2.7 million deal for Galatasaray winger Nordin Amrabat according to Fanatik.
Amrabat currently has two-years left on his contract with Galatasaray but manager Hamza Hamzaoglu admitted they would listen to offers for the Moroccan international.
“Amrabat is still our player and he had a good season at Malaga so we could still have plans for him,” Hamzaoğlu told TRT.
“However, if an offer is made we will consider it if the price is right.”
Suleyman Hurma is currently the sporting director at Trabzonspor but had the same position at Kayserispor when he signed Amrabat from PSV in 2011.
Hurma was also responsible for the €8 million sale of Amrabat from Kayserispor to Galatasaray in 2012.
The 28-year-old spent the season on loan at La Liga outfit Malaga. The Spanish side are interested in signing Amrabat on a permanent deal but have been unable to agree a transfer fee with the Istanbul giants.
West Ham and West Brom are also reported to be interested in the 28-year-old winger according to Talk Sport.