Arda Turan has been consoled that he won’t come back to Atletico Madrid this mid year paying little mind to who gets to be president of Barcelona.
Turan, 28, marked for Barca for introductory exchange charge of €34 million prior this month.
The club’s between time administration finished the arrangement in light of the fact that president Josep Maria Bartomeu had ventured down a month ago to keep running for re-decision.
In Turan’s agreement, the between time administration incorporated a provision which takes into consideration the approaching president to turn around the exchange.
Barca have until the July 20 – two days after the decision – to offer the player back to Atletico Madrid “for the altered charge less 10 percent alternative expenses.”
Turan’s landing was welcomed by a blended response among Barca’s presidential hopefuls: Joan Laporta felt Turan’s marking was “dishonorable” could have held up until after the race, while Agusti Benedito indicated that he would practice the condition if chose president.
“We don’t concur with Arda’s marking but instead another player with an alternate profile,” Benedito said a week ago to the Spanish press.
Nonetheless, in a level headed discussion on Tuesday evening at the Camp Nou with every one of the four hopefuls present – Bartomeu, Laporta, Benedito and Toni Freixa – each made clear that if chose, they would not practice the condition, as Marca reports.
Barca mentor Luis Enrique said on Tuesday that Turan was an extremely solid expansion to his group, in spite of the fact that he communicated frustration that the Turkish global would be not able to play an official diversion for Barca until January 2016, when the club’s exchange boycott forced by FIFA for rupturing tenets in regards to the exchange of underage player is lifted.
“I take this chance to salute the club’s break administration for finishing the marking of Arda Turan,” Luis Enrique said. “He was a key player for us and we have a considerable measure of trust in him.”
Turan has marked a five-year contract with Barca, who are falling off a Treble-winning 2014-15 crusade in which they lifted the Primera Division title, Copa del Rey and Champions Clas