Brighton striker??Florin Andone has united Turkish champions Galatasaray on a loan for an undisclosed fee.
The Seagulls have a January remember option as a portion of the loan agreement for the Romania international.
Andone joined Albion using made 69 appearances across two seasons, scoring 18 goals.
Brighton head coach Graham Potter stated:”We feel this loan to Galatasaray gives Florin the opportunity to play and go frequently, which he is found hard here.
“He also has the prospect of Champions League soccer. We want Florin nicely for the season ahead, we have the choice of a recall in January and now we will closely track his progress.”
Andone scored his first goals before scoring in the fixture from the Terriers at March in the wins within Huddersfield Town and Crystal Palace in December, for Brighton.
The 26-year-old has been capped 26 times by Romania and is now expected this week, to link up with his squad for qualifiers from Malta and Spain.
Turkish giants Galatasaray have been active this summer, having recently signed former Manchester United and Chelsea striker Radamel Falcao in Monaco.
They’ve also experienced a loan bid Sky Sports News knows.
Meanwhile, Potter clarified how a squad reshuffle which sees Jurgen along with Andone Locadia has been enabled by the development of youngsters Aaron Connolly and Steven Alzate because members of his squad.
Potter added:”We’re familiar with all our attacking options concerning the players already here, those we’ve recruited, and about the rear of the progress made by both Aaron Connolly and Steven Alzate.
“Both players have made their opportunity, and are exhibiting their ability at the level. Aaron is a good addition to our own goalscoring choices alongside Glenn Murray and Neal Maupay.
“Steven additionally offers an extra attacking option from wide positions, playing only a striker and in midfield – along with the likes of Leandro Trossard, Pascal Gross, Solly March, Alireza Jakhanbaksh, also Yves Bissouma and Jose Izquierdo, once they are back to full fitness.”
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