Turkish football club Besiktas announced on Tuesday that its talks to include Saudi Al-Nasr star, Brazilian Anderson Taliska and Spanish veteran defender Sergio Ramos fell through due to financial disagreements.
Besiktas has already entered into negotiations with Ramos to include him “for free” following his departure from Paris Saint-Germain at the expiration of his contract on June 30, and he has also contacted Al-Nasr officials to obtain Talisca’s signature. but the Turkish club confirmed the failure of two deals.
Besiktas said in a statement posted on its X platform account: “Here is our club’s statement regarding professional footballers Anderson Talisca and Sergio Ramos, who are associated with our club through print, visual media and social media.”
Yazılı ve görsel basınla sosyal medyada Kulübümüzle ilişkilendirilen professional futbolcular Anderson Talisca ve Sergio Ramos ile ilgili açıklamamızdır:
Her kulübün, her başkanın ve her teknik adamın kadrosunda görmek isteyeceği, kaliteleriyle dünya futbol… pic.twitter.com/9I0JzMvzPB
– Besiktas J.K. (@Besiktas) August 21, 2023
He added: “Two players (Talisca and Ramos) who have an important position in the global football market and which club wants to sign them, were on our club’s transfer schedule.”
And he continued: “In this direction … Anderson Taliska and his club (Al-Nasr, Saudi Arabia) and Sergio Ramos (free player) were contacted, and negotiations with the players were terminated due to disagreements on financial matters.”
Source: Besiktas club website.