Brighton striker Florin Andone joins Galatasaray on season-long loan

Brighton striker??Florin Andone has united Turkish champions to a loan for an undisclosed fee.
The Seagulls have a January remember choice as part of their loan arrangement for the global.
Andone combined Albion from Deportivo La Coruna at July 2018, using made 69 appearances across two seasons, scoring 18 goals.
Brighton head trainer Graham Potter stated:”We believe that this loan to Galatasaray provides Florin the opportunity to go and play frequently, which he’s found hard here.
“He has the possibility of Champions League football. We wish Florin nicely for the period ahead, we have the option of a recall in January and we’ll closely track his progress.”
Andone scored his first targets before scoring in the fixture from the Terriers in March in Crystal Palace at December and the wins within Huddersfield Town, for Brighton.
The 26-year-old has been restricted 26 times by Romania and can be expected weekly to join with his squad for qualifiers from Malta and Spain.
Turkish giants Galatasaray are busy this summer, with signed former Manchester United and Chelsea striker Radamel Falcao.
They’ve also experienced a loan bid Sky Sports News knows.
Meanwhile, Potter explained the development of youngsters Aaron Connolly and Steven Alzate because members of his team have enabled a group reshuffle which sees Jurgen and Andone Locadia.
Potter added:”We are comfortable with all our attacking options concerning the players already here, those we have recruited, and on the back of the progress made by the Aaron Connolly and Steven Alzate.
“The two players have earned their opportunity, and are exhibiting their own ability at the level. Aaron is a good addition alongside Neal Maupay and Glenn Murray.
“Steven additionally gives an extra attacking option from wide positions, playing only a striker and at midfield – alongside the likes of Leandro Trossard, Pascal Gross, Solly March, Alireza Jakhanbaksh, and Yves Bissouma and Jose Izquierdo, as soon as they are both back to full fitness.”

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