Turkey's Transfer Window Extended, There's Still Hope To Realize The Fares Transfer That Failed Before

Mohamed Fares is likely to remain with Lazio until next season, as the transfer to Antalyaspor appears to have failed. The Algerian defender was not considered part of the coach's plan at all.

The Turkish transfer window was scheduled to close on Wednesday but will be extended by FIFA for another 10 days after the devastating earthquake that struck the country, this will allow The Aquile little hope of a Fares transfer.

Mohamed Fares reported will stay at Lazio because his transfer to the Turkish club, Antalyaspor seems to have failed to materialize. The defender was excluded from Sarri's project in Rome, he has not participated in a game this season because of a serious ligament injury that occurred 13 months prior.

Turkish club Antalyaspor were reported to have sought to acquire the defender in the middle of the month, they were expected to make a bid, but the plan didn't go as planned.  According to Il Mesaggero, there has been no offer from them for Fares until now, which has kept the defender with Biancoceleste.

Meanwhile, the fullback's contract with Biancoceleste runs until 2025, with a transfer value of 3-4 million Euros. Previously, the 26-year-old had loan spells at two Serie A clubs, Genoa and Torino, but did not produce the expected results.

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