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Turkey's Besiktas reportedly wants Armenian Aras Ozbiliz out

Turkey's Besiktas reportedly wants Armenian Aras Ozbiliz out

PanARMENIAN.Net - Turkish football club Besiktas is planning to terminate contracts with five players, including a right winger of the Armenian national team, Aras Ozbiliz.

All the five footballers, however, don't want to leave the club, with Luiz Rodolfo, Veli Kavlak and Kerim Frei refusing to play for another Turkish club, preferring instead foreign teams.

Ozbiliz doesn't agree with the coache's decision either.

"I think it is unfair when you are asked to leave without an opportunity to prove yourself. I have never thought about quitting," he said.

In January 2016 Ozbiliz signed a 4,5 year contract with Besiktas and went to Spanish Rayo Vallecano on loan.

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