Turkish Besiktas announced on Thursday evening that Bosnian midfielder Miralem Bijnik has signed a one-season loan during a summer transfer from Barcelona.
The Turkish club said in a statement: “Bejictos have reached an agreement with Pijnik and Barcelona to temporarily transfer the Bosnian player until the end of the current season.”
The statement added: “The club have reached an agreement with Miralem Bijnick on his temporary transfer, offering him a net guarantee of 7 2,750,000 for the 2021-2022 season.”
The Catalan newspaper also pointed out that “Mundo Deportivo”, during the current Mercado and before the closing of the record door in the Turkish league, offered Besiktas the opportunity to borrow for Barcelona and that the Bosnian player was under pressure from the management of the Catalan club. To depart.
The newspaper pointed out that Besiktas and Barcelona are in advanced negotiations to finalize the deal, and that the deal is now close to both clubs and that negotiations are underway on personal terms and salary that the player will receive.
Janic played 1295 minutes in 30 games with Barcelona, scoring no goals or assisting, and throughout the events of last season he was far from the accounts of Dutch coach Ronald Koeman.
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