The Turkey international has insisted that he has no intention to leave the "biggest club in the world" this summer after only one season in the Spanish capitalNuri Sahin is determined to prove his worth at Real Madrid, and has made it clear that leaving the Santiago Bernabeu side after just one season is not an option for him.
The Turkey international joined Jose Mourinho's side in the summer of 2011, but a string of injuries prevented him from making an impact at Madrid and was only utilised as a squad player.
The 23-year-old has been linked with clubs such as Bayern Munich, Inter and Galatasaray in recent weeks, but Sahin is adamant that he is not going anyhere.
"I want to stay at the biggest club in the world. I have the desire to succeed here and want to prove my worth at Madrid. I'm living the dream at this club," Sahin said at a press conference.
Sahin has a contract with Madrid until the summer of 2017.
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