Nigerian international, Efe Ambrose, wants a summer transfer move to Fernabahce FC. Ambrose has asked Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers to allow him to move the club, according to reports.

Former Liverpool coach, Brendan Rodgers has only just joined but told Ambrose that until a new defender joins the club, he would be forced to keep the player as one of his options.

Can Turkey Cause an Upset at Euro 2016?

They’re not a team that necessarily inspires thoughts of European Championship glory, but you’d be foolish to write off the hopes of Turkey at Euro 2016 just yet.

After all, they have qualified for just four major tournaments in their entire history; and reached the semi-finals at two and the quarters at another.

Fernando Muslera is not seen as goalkeeper Replacement anymore

Fernando Muslera was seen as a Manchester United target almost a year ago.

The Galatasaray goalkeeper was in fine form that led to his worldwide attention. United saw him as the perfect replacement for David de Gea, who reportedly was on the verge of joining Spanish club Real Madrid.

Can Turkey qualify for the knockout stages?

In October, Selcuk Inan’s late free-kick against Iceland secured Turkey’s place at this summer’s European Championship.

Fatih Terim’s men were on the verge of elimination but Inan’s last-minute strike ensured Turkey advanced as the best third-placed side in the qualification stage.

Cevad Prekazi wants his former club to overcome Fenerbahce

Galatasaray legend Cevad Prekazi wants his former club to overcome Fenerbahce in the upcoming clash between the two.

Galatasaray have been experiencing one of their worst campaigns in recent history. After a winless run of four matches, they have slipped to sixth place in the league and are probably going to miss out on European qualification. They have been banned by UEFA from taking part in European campaigns after exceeding their FFP limits.Prekazi is now 58 years old, but fans will forever the goal he scored against against Monaco from more than 40 yards out in the UEFA cup.

Galatasaray confirms about not bringing back Alex Telles

Galatasaray have confirmed that they do not intend to bring back Alex Telles from his loan spell at Inter Milan.

The left back moved to the Italian club on a loan deal with a view of converting into a permanent move. The 23-year-old has shown sufficient promise for the Italian outfit by starting in 13 league matches, but it remains to be seen if this is sufficient for him to earn a permanent stay at the San Siro.

Galatasaray struggle with hits

The year of 2016 has not kicked off in a very positive way for the Turkish outfit Galatasaray as their manager Mustafa Denizli resigned from his role in the club on March 1st.


Galatasaray have returned back to the Europa league

Galatasaray have returned back to the Europa league stage after almost 6 years absence and they will be competing in the game against Lazio to reach the latter stages of the competition.

Galatasaray were in the Champions League group stages a few months back but they failed to progress into the knockout stages after finishing third in the group. This automatically gave them a Europa League spot, which is not bad considering that the winners of this competition qualify directly to the Champions League group stages for the next season.

Gabriel Agbonlahor’s time at Villa Park may be coming to an end

After coming through the ranks at Aston Villa and having spent almost a decade with the club, it looks like Gabriel Agbonlahor’s time at Villa Park may be coming to an end.

The number of first-team appearances for the forward has been considerably reduced this season. The 29-year-old has featured in only eight matches across all competitions. He is yet to score in the league, but such a position will apply to many of the Villa players given the poor form. Scoring goals has been a major problem for the club and it continues unabated even after the arrival of Remi Garde.

Mustafa Denizli claims that he was prepared to risk

Galatasaray’s new coach Mustafa Denizli claims that he was prepared to risk his reputation with the club and its supporters only because he wanted to help them out of trouble.

The 66-year-old is one of the recognised names at Galatasaray after having been with the club as a player and as a coach. He recently agreed to return to the club on an 18 month contract. His arrival comes at a time when the club are struggling to get results of any sort. They are quite far away from the, which is dominated by the likes of Besiktas and Fenerbahce.