Norwich City midfielder Tom Trybull is edging closer to a move to Turkish giants Besiktas according to Ajansspor.
Trybull made 20 appearances for the Canaries in all competitions last season, and clearly caught the eye with some strong performances.
But his efforts were unable to stop Daniel Farke’s side being relegated into the Championship after a brief spell in the top-flight last term.
Trybull is reportedly set to sign for Besiktas on a season-long loan deal, with a view to the deal becoming a permanent one at the end of the 2020/21 campaign.
In a recent interview, Farke has revealed that Trybull isn’t in his plans for the upcoming season, and it now appears that a temporary move to Besiktas is close to being completed.
“Josip (Drmic) is not in our plans, and we have now brought a striker in for him. We have also decided to go without Tom Trybull and Moritz Leitner but Jacob and Oliver have joined us.”
A move to Besiktas will be tempting for Trybull, with the Turkish giants finishing the 2019/20 league campaign third in the Super Lig.
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This is a move that makes sense for all parties involved.
Trybull didn’t feature on a regular basis for Norwich City last season in the Premier League, and Daniel Farke was clearly keen to move him on ahead of the new season.
They need to adjust to life back in the Championship, and trimming the wage bill at Carrow Road will do just that, so it’s a smart move by the club.
Trybull won’t be a regular starter for the Canaries next season, as Daniel Frake has better options available to him at this moment in time.