No Kortrijk, but Turkey: Burnley loans Samuel Bastien to Kasimpasa for the rest of the season

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Samuel Bastien switched from Burnley to Turkish side Kasimpasa on Friday. The midfielder, who has Belgian and Congolese nationality, will be on loan for the rest of the season. In Turkey he will be looking for playing time. He did not get that from coach Vincent Kompany at Burnley this season.

Bastien is a youth product of Anderlecht, but did not have a real breakthrough in the first team of the Brussels residents. The Purple & White loaned him to the Italian Avellino in 2015 and sold him to Chievo Verona in 2016. In 2018, Bastien returned to Belgium to play for Standard. He turned out to be one of the strong players in Sclessin and secured a transfer to Burnley in 2022, which then still played in the Championship. Last season, Bastien helped Burnley to promotion to the Premier League.

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