Revealed: Turkish giants strike €4.5m deal with West Ham over star winger, sporting director in London

Sofiane Feghouli
SION, SWITZERLAND - MAY 31: Sofiane Feghouli of Algeria (M) is tackled by Rumyan Hovsepyan (L) and Hrayr Mkoyan (R) of Armenia during the international friendly match between Algeria and Armenia at Estadio Tourbillon on May 31, 2014 in Sion, Switzerland. (Photo by Philipp Schmidli/Getty Images)

Turkish giants striker €4.5m deal with West Ham over star winger

Galatasaray have reached an agreement with West Ham over the transfer of Sofiane Feghouli according to beIN Sport Turkey.

Per the source, the Lions have struck a €4.5 million deal with the Hammers.

The Istanbul giants will now hold talks with the Algerian international.

The report claims that the transfer will be completed as long as Galatasaray agree terms with the winger.

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Galatasaray sporting director Cenk Ergun is currently in London and keen on returning to Turkey having completed the deal.

The Lions have already signed Bafatimbi Gomis, Younes Belhanda and Maicon so far this window.

The 27-year-old joined West Ham from Valencia last summer but failed to settle in.

Feghouli scored four goals and provided three assists in all competitions last campaign.

Galatasaray are planning to replace Bruma who left for Red Bull Leipzig with the Algerian.

The Istanbul giants will compete in the Europa League next season after finishing the league campaign in fourth place.


  1. What a load of bollox!

    Like we are going to sell a player we only signed last season for half the amount we paid for him!

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