New Borussia Dortmund signing Emre Mor was given a round of applause by his team-mates as he re-joined Turkey training yesterday.
The highly-rated winger yesterday sealed a switch from FC Nordsjaelland to the Bundesliga giants for an undisclosed fee.
He’s Dortmund’s fourth summer signing following the arrivals of Marc Bartra, Sebastien Rose and Ousmane Dembele.
And his move obviously hasn’t gone unnoticed in Turkey, with the 18-year-old taking time out from the country’s Euro 2016 training camp to complete his move to Germany.
When Mor returned to training, the whole Turkey squad stopped to applaud the youngster on to the pitch and offer him congratulations on the big transfer:
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Mor only made his debut for FC Nordsjaelland last November and went on to play 12 more times before being handed a surprise call-up to the Turkey squad for Euro 2016.
He made his international bow against Montenegro last month, but Dortmund had obviously seen enough by then to know Mor was to be their man this summer.
Maybe the winger can complete a fairytale six months by helping Turkey to Euro 2016 glory in France?