Fenerbahce officially unveiled Iranian forward Allahyar Sayyadmanesh in a signing ceremony after completing his transfer from Esteghlal on a five-year deal.
Sayyadmanesh posed for cameras wearing the Fenerbahce shirt and put pen to paper sitting opposite club sporting director Damien Comolli.
Fenerbahce released an official statement on the official club website welcoming the new player to the club.
The statement read: “We welcome Allahyar Sayyadmanesh to Fenerbahce and wish him all the best moving forward.”
The Yellow Canaries have shifted transfer policy towards focusing on young players and developing talent since Ali Koc replaced Aziz Yildirim as club president last May.
Sporting director Damien Comolli brought in Beri Pardo – formerly of Crystal Palace – as Head of Performance Analysis.
Meanwhile, Serhat Pekmezci – who discovered Cengiz Under and Caglar Soyuncu – was brought in from Altinordu as Head of Academy Recruitment.
Sayyadmanesh was named in the Guardian Next Generation 2018: 60 of the best young talents in world football list.
Sayyadmanesh already has an international cap for the senior national side despite being aged just 18-years-old.