Trabzonspor, which ended its 38-year longing last season by reaching the championship in the Super League, but fell short of expectations this season, is parting ways with another name after Kouassi.
Having found morale by beating Başakşehir, which it hosted at home on Saturday evening, Trabzonspor is trying to reduce the cost of the staff by parting ways with some players during the winter transfer period, while making calculations to be included in the championship race. The second passenger in the burgundy-blue team, which had recently terminated the contract of Ivorian striker Kouassi, has been announced.
Trabzonspor, the last champion of Spor Toto Süper Lig, had a turbulent period in the first half of the Süper Lig and disappointed their fans. At the beginning of the season, the Danish team was eliminated from Copenhagen and said goodbye to the Champions League, and the burgundy-blue team failed in the UEFA Europa League and fell into the UEFA Conference League. While Storm was behind its rivals in the championship race in the Super League, the team decided to reduce its cost.
The salary paid to the players by the burgundy-blue team, which has 14 foreign players in its squad, was based on 40 million euros. The Black Sea team, who could not find a sponsor for Şenol Güneş Stadium, started to experience difficult times in economic terms.
The burgundy-blue team, which made the calculations of parting ways with some players in order to reduce the team cost, first parted ways with Jean Evrard Kouassi, who joined the squad as a result of the insistence of Abdullah Avcı during the winter transfer period last season and was rented to Fatih Karagümrük because the desired efficiency could not be achieved.
YUSUF ERDOĞAN ADANA DEMIRSPOR PASSENGER
After Fırtına Kouassi, he is preparing to part ways with Yusuf Erdoğan, who was transferred from Kasımpaşa for 500 thousand euros, as a result of the insistence of coach Abdullah Avcı, during the winter transfer period last season.
Yusuf Erdoğan, who sweated the Black Sea team’s jersey for only 64 minutes this season, had the chance to play in 15 matches last season and could not contribute to the score in these matches.
Yusuf Erdogan, who has performed below expectations since the day he joined the team, is expected to leave the burgundy-blue team in a short time and sign for Adana Demirspor.