Manchester City striker Enes Ünal joined NAC Breda on loan after cutting his temporary move to Genk short last week.
City sent a tweet out to the young striker on their official Twitter account wishing Ünal good luck and confirmed that he will only be at the Dutch side until the end of the season.
— Manchester City (@ManCity) February 1, 2016
Ünal joined Genk on a two-year loan over the summer after joining City on a £2 million transfer due to not having the necessary work visa requirements to play in England.
City sent Ünal on a temporary move to Belgium to gain experience but despite scoring twice the Turkish international striker had only played two minutes in Genk’s last seven games.
Ünal joined the Premier League giants as one of the most promising players to emerge from Turkey recent years and holds the record for being the youngest player to have scored in the Super League – against Galatasaray aged 16.