Liverpool defender Martin Skrtel will decide his Anfield future after the European championship in France. The centre-back is currently with Slovakia at the ongoing Euro 2016 and his team is placed in the same group with England, Wales and Russia.
The 31-year-old has two years left on his contract at the Merseyside club, but has seen his first team opportunities being limited under Jurgen Klopp in this calendar year due to form and fitness. Lack of playing time has forced him to look elsewhere as he is set for a summer exit.
Fenerbahce were believed to be leading the race for the Reds defender after his representative confirmed interest from Turkey, Germany and even China.
Karol Csonto is an agent at Stars and Friends – the agency that manages Skrtel and he has admitted the player will consider taking a decision on his future after the European championship. He even admitted that the Liverpool man has not committed to Fenerbahce and will wait for options before deciding his future club.
"We are so not far that we can say we will finalise things with Fener," Csonto told Goal.
"There are three clubs who really want him, and we expect Galatasaray and Besiktas to make a good offer too. Skrtel will then consider what is the best option for him when he is done at the European Championships. He has not committed to Fener and will wait to decide once he has all options."
"It is difficult to say now what will happen with him and where he will go. It is up to him to look at the options and decide. He has to consider everything. Maybe next week we will get a clearer idea, but it is not certain yet that he will join Fener. Anything can still happen."