Galatasaray winger Nordin Amrabat has revealed that he is happy at Malaga but remains undecided on his future.
Malaga officials travelled to Istanbul to hold talks with Galatasary over making his loan stay permanent.
“I heard about that, I guess it shows they are pleased with me but all I am focused on right now is Malaga and the league, I do not want to talk about transfers and I do not really have a say in the matter anyway,” Amrabat told Milliyet.
The Moroccan international did reveal that he could hold talks over his future after the Real Madrid game.
“Perhaps I will hold talks after the Real Madrid game, lets see,” he added.
The Moroccan international is currently on loan at Malaga but still has two-years left on his contract with Galatasaray.
West Ham and West Brom are also reported to be interested in the Moroccan international according to Talk Sport.
The Lions will have presidential elections in May which could effect transfer policy and determine whether Amrabat is sold or made a part of next seasons squad.
The Lions shelled out €8 million for Amrabat in 2012 when he joined from Kayserispor.