Fenerbahçe, transferral attempts are continuing at full speed. The Yellow-Navies officially announced the transfer of Alexander Djiku, who Beşiktaş also wanted to add to their squad. DJIKU PUTS HIS SIGNATURE ON Fenerbahçe has made their third bombing in the transfer period with Alexander Djiku. The 28-year-old defender, who underwent medical examinations yesterday morning, completed his transfer officially. The Ghanaian defender signed a 3+1 year contract.
“I CAME HERE TO WIN TROPHIES” Djiku, in his first statement, said, “I am very happy to be here. Fenerbahçe is the biggest club in Turkey. I came here to win trophies. Hopefully, we will start winning all the trophies this season,” he said. CONFIDENCE OF THE MANAGEMENT Executive Selahattin Baki said about Djiku, “He is a top-level defender at the age of 28. He has played over 220 matches at the highest level in France. He also has a reputation in Europe, and we have added this value to our squad.”
Sporting director Mario Branco commented, “I hope Djiku will be as excited at Fenerbahçe as he was at his previous clubs.” ONE MORE REINFORCEMENT FOR THE DEFENSE Fenerbahçe, who completed the transfer of Alexander Djiku, still wants to make one more important reinforcement for the defense. The management, who is preparing to sell Szalai and also intends to part ways with Gustavo Henrique, wants to strengthen the center-back line with two players.
ALL EYES ON BECAO Fenerbahçe’s number one candidate for defense was Rodrigo Becao. However, due to Udinese constantly raising the price, the route turned to Alexander Djiku. Even if Fenerbahçe signs Djiku, they have not given up on Rodrigo Becao yet.
A NEW OFFER WAS MADE Another offer of 8+2 million Euros was made to Udinese for the Samba player. It was also stated that Torino knocked on the Black-Whites’ door with a similar offer.
HE ASKED FOR EASE Becao informed his club that he will not renew his contract, requesting them to facilitate the transfer. Fenerbahçe is determined to do everything they can to add the Brazilian defender to their squad.