Fenerbahce defender Joseph Yobo admits he does not know what the future holds for him amidst reports that Cardiff City are chasing his signature.
The 32-year-old recently featured in the Champions League qualifying round after the Turkish giants appealed their ban from European football.
Along with Besiktas, Fenerbahce were recently charged with match-fixing, a ruling that was appealed by the club in July.
As a result, Fenerbahce will continue to feature in the competition until a decision is made on their appeal on 28 August.
Quizzed on the reported interested from newly-promoted Cardiff, Yobo told Vanguard: “I’ve heard a lot of speculation about my future and it’s been ongoing.
“Really, there is no difference. I don’t know what is going on.
“We were not in the Champions League before and two weeks ago we were back in and I have already played my first game.
“I started my first game and we drew 1-1.”
However, Yobo admits he and other foreign players in the team are likely depart the Super Lig club if the appeal is unsuccessful or they are knocked out of the Champions League.
Her added: “The speculation will go on because Fenerbahce have not yet confirmed if it is guaranteed that we will definitely remain in the Champions League.
“If that doesn’t happen then obviously some foreign players will have to leave.”