Sinan Kurt has found a new club. The former Bayern talent joins Turkish fourth division side Karaman FK.

The club announced this on Thursday. Kurt himself stated: “I will work harder here and come back to my old strength and performance.” After leaving the then Slovakian first division club FC Nitra in the summer of 2021, the left winger was looking for a club for over a year.

The now 26-year-old Kurt has long been considered a great talent. As an 18-year-old, he switched from Borussia Mönchengladbach to FC Bayern for three million euros after a veritable transfer hiccup, but was unable to assert himself in Munich. A move to Hertha BSC also proved to be a letdown. After that, the sporting descent began for the former German junior international.

First, Kurt was hired by WSG Tirol in Austria and moved from there to the regional league club SV Straelen. After only seven missions we went on to Nitra and from there to Turkey.

In the Gladbach U17, the left foot had once collected 52 points (31 goals, 21 assists) in 52 games. Bayern had signed Kurt in hopes of signing an upcoming senior international.

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This article was originally published on 90min.com as One year without a club: New club for ex-talent Sinan Kurt.