Algerian international pens five-year deal with Turkish giants after one highly disappointing season at the London Stadium
He has signed a five-year deal following one dreadful season at the London Stadium.
Sofiane Feghouli has left West Ham for Galtasaray in a five-year deal
Feghouli was on target against Burnley in May
Feghouli joined the Hammers from Valencia full of high hopes for a sauccessful dart at
the Premier League.But the Algerian international only scored four time in 27 appearances, including one on his second appearance against Domzale in a Europa League qualifier.
Feghouli took to Twitter following his departure from West Ham to thank the fans for their support last season.
He wrote: ‘Thank you West Ham fans for the support this season and good luck everyone for the future. Always @WestHamUtd.’
Feghouli’s short stay in England saw him sent off against Manchester United in January, while other goals came against Crystal Palace, West Bromwich and Burnley in the final game of 2016/17.
In all the 27-year-old managed 21 appearances in the Premier League, but only 11 of those were starts.
He played a direct hand in six goals (three goals, three assists).
Interestingly, though, Slaven Bilic’s side had a slightly better record in the league with Feghouli in the starting XI.
He boasted a 36.4 per cent win ratio compared to 29.6 per cent without him.
Feghouli was sent off for this tackle on Manchester United’s Phil Jones
He took his medicine with an inevitable red card
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