Last Updated: Tue, 09 Jul 2013 11:05
Dirk Kuyt has rubbished reports that he could quit Turkish side Fenerbahce for a move to Fulham this summer.
The 32-year-old Netherlands striker only moved to Turkey 12 months ago in a one million euros move from Liverpool and he still has two years remaining on the three-year deal he penned with the Yellow Canaries.
Kuyt enjoyed a successful debut season with 17 goals and 15 assists in 54 appearances as Fenerbahce went on to win the Turkish Cup.
As a result it has led to speculation that Cottagers boss Martin Jol is looking to take the player back to the Premier League where he previously spent six years and made over 200 appearances at Anfield.
But Kuyt, who is currently earning around 2.85 million euros a season with a 17,500 euros match bonus thrown in, hit out to slam the rumours and insisted that he has not spoken to any Dutch radio station during the close-season.
Kuyt tweeted: "Holidays almost over. I really missed Fenerbahce. Looking forward to meet my friends and the fans again.
"I heard there are some rumours in the Turkish media that I have spoken to Dutch radio. Those are completely untrue!!
"I didn't speak to any media during my holidays."
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