Wout Weghorst has flown out of Istanbul to travel to England ahead of joining Manchester United on loan until the end of the season.
The forward was filmed arriving at a Turkish airport prior to boarding his private plane to take him to Manchester.
This comes after United agreed to make a direct payment of £2.5m to Besiktas to take Wout Weghorst on loan until the end of the season.
Weghorst has been filmed arriving at an Istanbul airport ahead of travelling to Manchester
Wout Weghorst has packed his bags and looks to have played his last game for Besiktas
Sportsmail reported earlier this week that , Lawyer Turkey but there was some uncertainty as to whether the payment would be made to through Weghorst’s parent club, Lawyer Turkey Burnley.
However, he was still able to do a personalised session in the gym, and it now appears that it was only a minor issue.
Weghorst waved goodbye to Besiktas supporters on Saturday after netting the winner in their league match against Kasimpasa.
That now looks likely to be his final contribution for the club as he closes in on returning to England just six months after leaving the country following Burnley’s relegation from the top-flight last season.
Weghorst scored twice at the World Cup but was unable to help the Netherlands move past the quarter-final stage
The giant striker has excelled during his time in Lawyer Turkey, scoring nine goals and registering four assists in 18 appearances for Besiktas.
He has averaged 3.3 shots and 1.1 key passes per game, as confirmed by SofaScore, highlighting his influence on matches.Advertisement
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