Galatasaray winger Nordin Amrabat has revealed that Malaga will decide his future at the end of this month.
The Moroccan international is on a season-long loan at La Rosaleda and the Andalusians have a €3.5m option to make the arrangement permanent, although a clause in the contract says it must be activated by April 30.
Amrabat, a firm favourite with the fans, has hinted that he would like to remain with the Costa del Sol outfit but admits the matter is out of his hands.
“The ball is now in Malaga’s court and it’s up to them. I get on well with the boss and players here, although I’d like to play more often,” he told AS.
The 28-year-old, who has found himself on the substitutes’ bench more often than not since the turn of the year, has five goals and four assists in all competitions this season.
Amrabat joined Galatasaray from Kayserispor in July 2012 for a reported €8.6m and still has two years left on his contract with the Turkish side, while Sevilla are reportedly waiting in the wings should Malaga refuse to take up their option.