Liverpool & Southampton receive transfer boost after Dortmund star confirms which club he will not join
Borussia Dortmund star Emre Mor has been closely linked with a summer exit.
Turkish giants Fenerbahce made the 19-year-old an offer according to the Turkish press.
Mor’s agent Muzzi Ozcan was also recently spotted at the club headquarters in Istanbul.
In fact Ozcan confirmed receiving offers from Turkey for his client.
Ozcan said: “There are offers but we have not agreed a deal.
“There are offers from England, Spain and Turkey, we will hold a meeting now that Emre is back from international duty.”
It now turns out that Mor is not interested in a move to the Super Lig.
“I am proud to play for Turkey but I am not joining a Super Lig club this summer, that is not in my plans,” Mor was quoted as saying by CNN Turk.
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The latest developments will come as a boost to Liverpool and Southampton who are reported to be keen on a move.
The Mirror reported that both sides have been plotting a loan move.
That was before Focus revealed Mor had been transfer listed.
A permanent move would be a more attractive proposition to the likes of Liverpool and Southampton.
Mor is however, intent on playing regular first-team football next season.
The Turkish international grew frustrated with his role at Dortmund under Thomas Tuchel making just 19 appearances in all competitions.