It seems obvious that Mathias 'Zanka' Jørgensen will again one day draws the FCK-shirt over his head, and put on top of the 275 matches he has already played for the club.
And on Friday had the Turkish media is so busy with to make it a completely current event that Zanka is finished in the Istanbul club Fenerbahçe SK, and is on his way home to Copenhagen.
the Negotiations had already started, quoted two of the big Turkish media, the Daily Sabah and Hürriyet, a third, TRT Tracks, to know.
Now rejects FCK-manager Stale Solbakken pure, that it is the case.
- It is just rumors, he says to Ekstra Bladet Saturday afternoon at the KB's premises, where it is made ready for Sunday's departure to Cologne and the European League showdown against Manchester United.
Stale Solbakken has a month ago talked with Zanka about the possibility of returning home, but it will not be in this place. Photo: Lars Poulsen
- I have spoken with Zanka a month ago about this and that, and about whether he would like to play for FCK, but it is too early for him to return home in relation to the money, he can earn abroad.
- So, yes, it can I refuse, says Stale Solbakken.
According to the Turkish media should Fenerbahçe otherwise be ready to let Zanka go, if the FCK would come up with the right compensation.
The Turkish sportskorrespondent Yağız Sabuncuoğlu writes on Twitter that Fenerbahçes new sports director, Emre Belözoğlu, have found Zanka ’inadequate’.
'If lønproblemet be solved, will Zanka play in FCK. Zanka is currently in Copenhagen,' he writes.
Mathias Zanka Jørgensen has in the past spoken positively in relation to finish his career in FCK, for which the 30-year-old stops in the given case would arrive for the third time. In 2007 he shifted from B93, while he was brought home from the Netherlands in 2014 after an unsuccessful stay at PSV Eindhoven.
In the last season was Zanka leased to the Bundesliga club Fortuna Düsseldorf.
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