Besiktas striker Burak Yilmaz has assured fans he has no plans to leave the club despite receiving transfer offers.
Speaking to reporters during a press conference in Antalya on Tuesday where The Black Eagles are carrying out their mid-season training camp, Yilmaz confirmed that he has received transfer offers but his wish is to remain with Besiktas.
The experienced striker has regularly been linked with a move away from Vodafone Stadium.
“I prayed a lot for this to be the last one. I wanted to be able to retire here and God gave me this chance. There are offers and there will be offers. When you do your job on the pitch, there will be offers and there are,” he said.
He underlined that his wish is to be league champions and lift the Turkish Cup with Besiktas.
The 34-year-old also aid he has no plans to leave Besiktas and his only focus is on their next opponent, Sivasspor.
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