Some of the involved clubs are Tottenham, Liverpool, and Aston Villa, who are interested in bolstering their rosters by adding players who are worth it.
Presently, Aston Villa is eyeing Alexander Sorloth, Crystal Palace’s striker currently on loan at Turkish Super Lig club Trabzonspor. According to Trabzonspor, the Turkish team, Aston Villa, is just one of many clubs scouting the player in their games. The other clubs looking to scout the player are Monaco, Leicester City and Brighton. The trio was spotted during the recent game between the club and Fenerbahce.
According to Source, In that match, Sorloth, a Norwegian international, scored one goal and an assist that helped his team win a 5-0 win at home. Overall the 24-year-old forward has scored 21 goals and five assists in various competitions. Despite the vast differences in the quality of play between Super Lig and the Premier League and the Premier League, any comparison is not a good idea for the former. Yet, these numbers are still impressive. Throughout the current Premier League season, Crystal Palace has only scored 22 goals.
As far as there is the Super Lig is concerned, Sorloth has scored 16 goals and four assists. That’s an impressive score. If the Turkish club decides to buy the player, there’s a buyout clause that allows the player to be sold to purchase the player for EUR6 million. But, Trabzonspor does not appear to be in a financial position, which means they might face issues if they choose to use the clause. Palace Sorloth’s club of a parent cannot recall him after the season.
According to reports, Tottenham has provided EUR25 million to Trabzonspor goalkeeper Ugurcan Cakir. They are now joining Liverpool in a bid to get his signature. As per reports, Tottenham director Jose Mourinho would like to have Cakir at the club to replace Paulo Gazzaniga. Gazzaniga has been named the 2nd goalie the club has in place following the time that Hugo Lloris went down with an injury. Other clubs that are keen on the goalie include Napoli and Inter.
Cakir is among the most sought-after players in Turkey at this moment; his performance at Trabzonspor proved his worth. By Turkish football reports, the two players, Liverpool and Cakir, were observed scouting for the player in the game against Fenerbahce, and they have been watching Cakir closely.
In other news, the international union of players, FIFPro, told its members to avoid joining Turkish teams because of an increase of instances where clubs are in default on salary payments. The union named a handful of clubs that they believed were responsible for delays in paid wages. They also stated that Turkey had become one of the most difficult areas to play football.
We specifically advise players to be aware when signing contracts with the following club: Kardemir Karabukspor, Bursaspor, MKE Ankaragucu, Antalyaspor, Eskisehirspor, Elazigspor and Kayserispor’.
It is the Next Generation of Turkish Football A Pursuit of a Breakthrough
In the next piece from SportMob, We will look at what we can call the Next generation of Turkish football. We will also look at the ten most promising talents in Turkish football.
Football is a sport that is enjoyed by more than 250 million players around the world. Over 200 nations currently have football teams. It’s a sport that is just as fun for players as is watching soccer which is followed with fascination worldwide and is a magnet for attention due to its devoted supporters at major league games. The history of football in Turkey has been going on since ancient times. The first team of amateur football in Turkey was established in Izmir.
The first Turkish professional football team is Galatasaray.
It was established in 1905, and later Fenerbahce Sports Club, which was founded in 1907, the second. Besiktas, however, was established in 1903 but began its sporting activities in 1910. We’ve seen many superstars such as Metin Oktay, Tanju Colak, Can Bartu, and Sergen Yalcin playing Turkish football, but a lot of us would like to learn more about
an upcoming generation of Turkish football
The manager, Senol Gunes, is working to build the national team with young stars. The best players among young Turkish footballers are set to shine like gems. Altay Bayindir Merih Demiral Caglar Soyuncu, and Ozan Kabak are all young players who are poised to become world-class players. These are names that are already dominating the headlines of this generation’s Turkish superstars. As you can imagine, we plan to write an article on the 2021’s next generation of Turkey’s top young talent. We’ll also see what Turkish footballers make their names on the football calendar. So, for this reason, we’ve scoured to find the top 10 impressive players in Turkish football.