Felipe to Beşiktaş step by step! Details of Çağlar Soyuncu in Transfer

The highly anticipated defender transfer in Beşiktaş is about to be clarified. Black-and-whites, who wanted to add Felipe from Atletico Madrid to their squad, approached the happy ending in the transfer. The Spanish giant will send Felipe to Kartal if Çağlar Söyüncü finishes his transfer. Here are the details… | Breaking Beşiktaş news (BJK sports news)

Besiktas News Release Date: 23.11.2022- 06:40

Besiktasyour new stopper Spainfound in . According to the news of Fotomaç, the black-and-whites aim for reinforcements to the defense area first, and the first target is the first target. Atlético Madridfrom Felipe. Felipe’s contract with Atletico Madrid will expire next June, according to Nacho Domingos of Fichajes. For this reason, Beşiktaş is waiting for the opportunity to close the player’s transfer with a lower number. Atletico Madrid will not renew his contract with Felipe. Because the Brazilian player’s performance has decreased, he is not in Simeone’s plans. Felipe, 33, is ready to start his new adventure. TurkeyGetting ready to go. It was stated in the news that Beşiktaş was the only club that persistently followed the player.


Black and white managers offered a 1+1 year deal with the experienced defender and an annual offer of 1 million euros + bonuses. On the other hand, another good news came to Beşiktaş, which wanted to add Felipe to their colors in January. Atlético Madrid club Caglar Soyuncu for Leicester sat at the table with If this transfer takes place in January, Spanish team will let Felipe leave in the interim transfer window and samba Eagle will be.

PortoSambacı, who played 142 official matches in Turkey, was then transferred to A. Madrid. He has played 357 official matches so far. The 33-year-old defender scored 19 goals and made 10 assists in this period. Felipe, twice in his professional career A National Teamtook place in.

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