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Erik Botheim may be transferred to Galatasaray due to war

Galatasaray took action for Erik Botheim, who could not play due to the Ukraine-Russia war, and the end of this transfer is shown as a matter of time.

Galatasaray contacted football player Erik Botheim, who went into free status without being able to play due to the Ukraine-Russia war, to add his colors. Continuing its contacts to strengthen the offensive line, Galatasaray took Norwegian Erik Botheim as the last in the list.

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The 22-year-old player drew attention with his Bodo jersey. Botheim made his way to the Russian team Krasnodar in January 2022 with a transfer fee of 7 and a half million euros. The war between Ukraine and Russia caused the young player to be released without playing in Krasnodar. It has been learned that Galatasaray started contacts with the Norwegian striker, who is in possession of his testimonial. Erik Botheim played 14 games for Bodo last season. The young football player made a significant contribution to his team with 7 goals and 6 assists.

Continuing its work for the new season, Galatasaray’s agenda is the transfer of the new scorer. Continuing their contacts to strengthen the offensive line, the yellow-reds took Norwegian Erik Botheim last on their list.

The Ukraine-Russia war also affected him

The 22-year-old player drew attention with his Bodo jersey. In January 2022, Botheim took the road to the Russian team Krasnodar with a testimonial of 7 and a half million euros. The war between Ukraine and Russia caused the young player to be released without playing in Krasnodar. It has been learned that Galatasaray started contacts with the Norwegian striker, who is in possession of his testimonial. Erik Botheim played 14 games for Bodo last season. The young football player made a significant contribution to his team with 7 goals and 6 assists.

On the other hand, Galatasaray wants to part ways with Diagne. The management plans to evaluate the offers for Mostafa Mohamed and Bafetimbi Gomis. The management, which expects income from the sale of the Egyptian player, aims to get rid of Gomis’s salary burden.