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DONE DEAL: Western Sydney Wanderers Complete Signing Of Controversial Striker

Australian bad-boy Kerem Bulut will return to his home country to join the Western Sydney Wanderers.

The Western Sydney Wanderers have reportedly completed the signing of controversial striker Kerem Bulut.

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Bulut has been in Turkey for the past two seasons, however the 22-year-old has struggled for game time.

Despite shining for Australia at youth level, Bulut found himself in hot water in 2010 after he was charged with gang-related crimes.

Bulut was forced to surrender his passport, but the charges were later reduced and he was allowed to fly back to the Czech Republic to rejoin former club Mlada Boleslav.

He has been signed to to Wanderers for the Asian Champions League, but could become eligible to play in the A-League if Tomi Juric departs to the Chinese Super League as is expected.

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