AS: Sahin situation unclear, Galatasaray claim to be close


The already twisted Nuri Sahin transfer saga seems to be slightly more twisted with Spanish rag AS claiming that Galatasaray are close to landing the Turkey international, who presumably must be Hungary for some playing time.

In an interview with “Sabah Sport” on Tuesday, Adem Çukur, the Galatasaray general manager has said they could finalise a loan transfer at “any moment” – which either means extremely soon, or otherwise later, or sooner, or even later – at any moment in time really.

He says that with the World Cup qualifiers on the horizon, the out-of-form Sahin needs to be at his best for the Turkish national team, and that Real Madrid isn’t the best place for him to do that right now (he had just 640 minutes last season). “Emperor” Fatih Terim is waiting for him with “open arms”, and wants to center the attack around him, giving him the number 10 role and hoping that he will provide some Turkish delight (sorry).

“I hope to soon see Nuri Sahin at Galatasaray. The player is very close, and the operation may be completed at any moment.”

At any moment… perhaps even in 2016 after he’s helped win us the Quadruple. We shall see.

Then again this could be another internet scam. The internet is only full of scams and nothing else. Adem Çukur sounds sort of like “Ah, them suckers”. I’m being liberal here.

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