Real Madrid midfielder Nuri Sahin does not seem to have a future at Santiago Bernabeu, according to AS.
Following an unsuccessful spell with Liverpool, the Turkey international rejoined Borussia Dortmund on a one-and-a-half-year loan deal, meaning he will spend the upcoming season at Signal-Iduna Park.
The deal also contains an €8.5 million buy-out clause, but it looks as though Sahin will be leaving the Bernabeu even if Borussia ultimately opt against making his stay permanent.
Los Blancos are hoping to offload the 24-year-old at the earliest opportunity having splashed the cash on Asier Illarramendi from Real Sociedad.
With Sahin producing some decent performances on his return to Germany, chances are Borussia are going to exercise the aforementioned clause before the end of the current campaign.
Since returning to Signal-Iduna Park, Sahin has amassed 15 Bundesliga appearances and he managed to score 3 goals, while making another three substitute appearances in the Champions League campaign.