Manchester City striker Enes Unal has joined Eredivisie outfit FC Twente on a one-year loan deal.
A source close to the player told Emre Sarigul that the loan will be for one-season and that a buyout clause option will not be included. The Turkish international striker wanted a move to the Eredivisie and is happy with the outcome. Unal’s priority is to play for City however, he is currently unable to due to work permit restrictions.
NAC Breda wanted Unal to return to the club on loan however, Unal did not want to play second-tier football next season.
Unal joined NAC during the second half of the season after spending his first six months on loan at Genk.
The young striker scored nine goals and provided two assists in 11 matches for NAC Breda after joining the club in January.
NAC do have an agreement in place with City to loan youngsters from the club but Unal wanted a more challenging role next season.
The 19-year-old striker will have to play in Europe for another season until he gets a permit to play in England despite being contacted to City.
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