Real Madrid signs Fenerbahce midfielder Arda Guler on a permanent long term deal

Arda Guler, a young phenom who formerly played for Fenerbahce, has been signed by Real Madrid to a multi-year contract

Numerous elite European clubs have been attempting to lure the 18-year-old away from the Sarku Saracoglu Stadium, which has sparked wild speculation about the young man’s future.

However, Los Blancos have won the race to recruit the Turkish prodigy, and he will now be a part of Madrid’s ever-expanding group of extraordinarily gifted young people. Since making his senior debut for Fenerbahce in a Europa League qualifier in August 2021 as a 16-year-old, Guler has emerged as one of the game’s most exciting young prospects.

The Turkish wonder became well-known last season after becoming a first-team regular in the 2021/22 campaign and garnering attention from all over the world for his extraordinary talent. With the Yellow Canaries last season, he was unable to capture the Super Lig, but he did assist them in winning the Turkish Cup, earning him the honour of player of the game. Guler, despite his youth, had a legitimate reason for wearing the number 10 shirt in Istanbul. With six goals and seven assists in 35 competitive games, he was Fenerbahce’s main offensive power.

In a friendly match against the Czech Republic in November 2022, he made his international debut thanks to his outstanding club play. He has risen to become a full-time member of the Crescent-Stars after making his debut for Turkey at the beginning of last season. He has four caps and one goal. Guler became the country’s youngest-ever scorer in June 2023 when he scored against Wales in a European Championship qualifying match.

And while Barcelona and Fenerbahce are furious about the youngster, Madrid must be happy to have him join their ranks, as confirmed by the Turkish club’s president Ali Koc on Wednesday. Despite Koc’s efforts to broker a deal with the Blaugrana, it appears that Guler had rejected the Camp Nou team and had instead chosen to commit his future to the Santiago Bernabeu.

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