Tuesday, 18 June 2013

Yobo: I’m happy at Fenerbahce

Super Eagles Captain, Joseph Yobo has rubbished   media reports linking him away from Turkish giants, Fenerbahce.
The former Everton of England defender, who completed a £2m permanent move to the Turkish champions last season after two seasons loan spell at the club, has been linked with a return to the English Premier League with either Cardiff City or Hull City as possible destination.
But Yobo, who will soon be in Nigeria with his family for holiday that he and his family are happy at Fenerbahc and has no plan to quit the club this summer.
 “My family loves Istanbul,” begins Yobo.
“There have been many transfer news about me but I hope to return in July 1 to join the rest of the team for the pre-season trainings,” he said.
The 32-year-old former Olympique Marseille player is thought to be unhappy at the club following Coach Aykut Kocaman departure in May and with the recent £5m signing of Portuguese defender Bruno Alves from Zenit St Petersburg.

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