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Cyle Larin Training With Turkish Club Beskitas Is A New Turn of Events

January 23, 2018

Cyle Larin missed the first day of Orlando City preseason training camp and Jason Kreis is not happy at all. He was expecting him to be there, but he was seen training with the Besiktas players. The Besiktas JK posted image on Twitter of the OC forward Cyle Larin has made headlines in no time. Apparently, Orlando City is in no mood to lose a player who has scored 43 goals in 87 games for them so far.

 

Turkish club Besiktas posted two images of Cyle Larin undergoing a medical and another of him wearing a shirt of the Besiktas club. This news has definitely offended the OC officials and they are planning to take action against the club as well. So far during transfer negotiations Larin has gone under physical test and has taken part in the training sessions too. Right now, it seems Larin has already planned his future with the Turkish club Besiktas JK.

 

Surprisingly, this is not the end of the story; Larin has also been seen training with the other members of the Besiktas club. He is in Turkey along with his Besiktas club teammates and taking part in the training sessions. He missed the first day of Orlando City preseason training camp and he is likely to miss the rest of the day as well.

 

 

The video posted on Twitter by Besiktas JK on Tuesday has confirmed that Larin is training with other members of the team. Besiktas Official Twitter handle tweeted that Cyle Larin is the new transfer to the club and he has attended the training sessions. They even stated that the MLS will give Cyle Larin the penalty for himself.

 

Nonetheless, Larin is in contract with Orlando City through 2019 and he is expected to join the OC training camp later this month. Cyle is a contracted player of Orlando City and he isn’t a free agent and OC staff is planning to take legal action against the Besiktas while on the other hand Besiktas management think that they have done nothing wrong and are asking FIFA to intervene.

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