Barcelona midfielder, Arda Turan joins Istanbul Basaksehir on loan

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Arda Turan has joined Turkish league leaders Istanbul Basaksehir on a two-and-a-half-year loan deal from Barcelona.

"FC Barcelona and Istanbul Basaksehir FK agree on a loan deal for the Turkish player for the remainder of the season and two more", Barcelona said on their official website.

The departure comes as Barca look to lighten their wage bill following the signings of Phillipe Coutinho and central defender Yerry Mina during the past week and it is thought that veteran defender Javier Mascherano could also abandon the club before the end of January.

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The fourth-most capped Turkish player will also be hoping to return to his best for the national team after reversing his decision to retire from worldwide football in August.

"As such the Turk leaves after completing a clean sweep of domestic trophies".

The 30-year-old struggled to make an impact at Barcelona after joining the club in summer 2015 from Ateltico Madrid.

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He was acquired by those at Camp Nou having shone for their La Liga rivals during a period of considerable success in the Spanish capital.

He won the league title, Europa League and was a runner-up in the Champions League during his time in the Spanish capital.

The forward had featured 55 times across two seasons before that, although the first six months of his career with Barca were beset by the club's transfer embargo which prevented them from registering him.

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