TRANSFER NEWS: Beşiktaş World Cup star Takuma Asano stepped in!

Beşiktaş stepped in for Japanese Takuma Asano, who showed a great performance against Germany in the World Cup. Continuing their search for the right wing instead of Rachid Ghezzal, the black and whites are doing cost research for the 28-year-old football player. Here are the details of the transfer … | Breaking Beşiktaş news (BJK sports news)

Besiktas News Release Date: 25.11.2022- 06:40

BesiktasInterim transfer period work continues in four branches. coach Senol GunesContinuing their attempts in line with the report submitted by . 10 He acted on the number. However, the indispensable name of the right wing Rachid Ghezzal‘of USADue to the prolongation of the return process after the operation he had in , the route was changed to this location. According to the news of Fotomaç, although Beşiktaş has alternatives for this region, World Cupplayed in GermanyJapan eyes after meeting TrainConverted to .


One of the surprise results of the cup, with Japan’s overthrow of Germany, who scored the winning goal. Takuma Asano rose to the first place in the black and white list. Earlier GiresunsporThe 28-year-old player, who was also on the agenda of , made the ‘Eagle Claw’ joy after the goal scored, and the eyes of the black and white community turned to Takuma Asano. Germany Bundesliga team BochumFor the Japanese star who played in . German It turned out that the representative was contacted and asked about the cost.

Takuma Asano, who has played 38 matches for the Japan A National Team so far, has scored a total of 8 goals. The national star made 3 assists in the same period.

Asano made a total of 267 official appearances in his professional club career. The Japanese star, who lifted the opponent’s nets 67 times in this period, made 38 assists and directly contributed to a total of 105 goals.

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