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Discussion in 'Japanese Abroad' started by GunnerTNB, May 23, 2018.
Join Team Japan @ Sint Truiden.
Is this your verdict or an official info?
Not official, not at all.
Asano might join Turkish side Besiktas:
Why so many japanese players wanna go to Turkey? Nagatomo and especially Kagawa were not so finished/old and now a younger one as Asano.
At least let's hope he will play some european football.
Turks chicks are hot
For many reasons:
1- Turkey don’t have restricted regulations for international players, as it is the case with England and Italy.
2- Big Turkish clubs have the money to pay for Japanese players.
3- Clubs such as: Galatasaray, Besiktas, and other top Turkish clubs are playing in European competitions every season (either CL or EL), which will let Japanese players to showcase their abilities against top European clubs, and might lead to a better transfer to a better European league.
Imagine if Asano goes to Besiktas he will be playing in Europa League against the likes of Manchester United, Arsenal, and Roma. If he does well, he will have better options to secure a better move to one of the top five European league than the option he has right now.
Kindly, try to avoid racism and sexism.
It's not like at 90's where Turks League produce a proper dark horse. Those days were long gone.
I like you but how is something positive racism or sexism nowadays?
Well, I think Turkish people will feel offended by such a comment.
They probably do, and I shall not start a discussion why..
Besiktas might work. Turkish Super League isn't as demanding as Bundesliga and he might play as a forward.
At this point he just needs to go to an environment where he can rack up goals and assists consistently for a season. Where that exactly is is a less of a concern.
Serbian club Partizan Belgrade are reportedly reached a provisional agreement with Arsenal to get Asano.
Partizan want to get him on-loan while Arsenal want to sell him permanently.
Not a 17th loan, please.
And I'd prefer Besiktas.
Besiktas is undoubtedly a better option.
I didn't even remember he's in Arsenal lol.
What a jinx of a club... Japanese players must avoid them for sure.
Well , some things is up to Asano himself right?
Who would have thought Asano would never play for Arsenal
Don't know why they got him in the first place.
The deal is almost done, current Partizan head coach Savo Milošević seems keen to bring him, and he successfully managed to convince Arsenal to loan him this season with a buying option.
Savo Milošević who was a former Yugoslavia/Serbia international who played at 2 World Cups and 1 Euro Cup, and played for clubs such as Aston Villa, Real Zaragoza, Parma, Espanyol, Celta Vigo, and Osasuna. He was a proven striker in the top division in England, Italy, and Spain, as well as in the international level.
He surely can help Asano to hone his skills and to adapt to different European styles, which will might help Asano to find a club in one in Europe’s top leagues to join him if his loan spell at Partizan will be successful.
If we consider the circumstances and look back this sounds good. Hopefully they will reach EL also.
Welp, that would mean that first he has to renew with Arsenal...