Emre Mor, who once failed as a highly regarded talent at BVB, has found a new club. The 24-year-old signed with Turkish runners-up Fenerbahce Istanbul.
After many difficult years, the former top talent Emre Mor caught himself sportingly last season and drew attention to himself with good performances at the Turkish first division club Fatih Karagümrük. The club loaned the dribbler from La Liga side Celta Vigo and then signed him on a free transfer.
Mor now goes straight to Fenerbahce Istanbul, which, according to media reports, will pay around two million euros for the offensive player. Mor signed for three years with the top club.
In addition, Fatih Karagümrük, who will be coached by ex-Juventus coach Andrea Pirlo next season, apparently secured a 20 percent resale clause.
“I’m very proud to be here,” said the 24-year-old in one official club statement. Mor was delighted with the move to move back to a bigger club and announced he would “do my best on the field”.
Ex-BVB: Mor is ready for Fenerbahce
After many mixed years at Celta Vigo, which also unsuccessfully loaned the former Turkey international to Galatasaray and Olympiakos Piraeus, Mor improved significantly last season. In 29 competitive games, the offensive artist scored six goals and prepared four more goals. He got all the scorer points in the second half of the season. Now he arrives with a lot of tailwind at the Turkish runners-up, who can still qualify for the Champions League.
“The fans have very high expectations of me. I know myself well and I’m ready for it,” Mor continued.
At BVB he was part of the bigger upheaval in the 2016/17 season. While Ousmane Dembélé celebrated his international breakthrough this season, Mor hardly played a role under then-coach Thomas Tuchel.
After 19 competitive games, in which he scored one goal and two assists, he went to Spain. Now the 24-year-old hopes to have finally found his sporting home.