Galatasaray confirm FIVE new transfers including ex-Man Utd ace Juan Mata and Mauro Icardi in dramatic video | The Sun

GALATASARAY have confirmed FIVE new signings including ex-Manchester United star Juan Mata and Paris Saint-Germain striker Mauro Icardi.

The Turkish giants confirmed the news on Thursday night, with the arrivals of defender Matthias Ross, midfielder Milot Rashica and winger Yusuf Demir also announced.

The video posted on social media officially unveiling the players was a remarkably bold and unique clip.

It showed the five players getting out of sports cars while wearing tuxedos.

At the end, they all met up together and posed in Galatasaray shirts as heavy music was blasted in the background.

The caption for the video read: "High five! 🙏 No need for the Oscars, here's the GalaStars! ✨💛❤️ #WeAreTheBest."


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Icardi, 29, joins Galatasaray from PSG after being reduced to the bench in Ligue 1 due to the superstar trio of Lionel Messi, Kylian Mbappe and Neymar.

He scored 38 goals in 92 appearances for the French champions and before that netted a breathtaking 124 times in 219 matches for Inter Milan.

Meanwhile, Mata, 34, departed Manchester United at the end of last season when his contract expired.

He was one of a number of players to leave Old Trafford for free, with Paul Pogba, Jesse Lingard, Nemanja Matic and Edinson Cavani all joining him.

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Centre-back Ross, 21, comes into the Galatasaray fold after leaving Danish outfit AaB Aalborg.

Rashica, 26, has arrived on a loan deal from Championship side Norwich.

And Demir, 19, has come in on a permanent deal from Rapid Vienna having spent last season on loan at Barcelona.

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