Armindo Tué Na Bangna, known as Bruma, has completed a move from PSV to Fenerbahçe. Bruma will spend the 2022/23 on loan with the Turkish giants, who have a mandatory option to make the move a permanent one.
Bruma joined PSV in 2019 Bruma joined PSV in 2019, and immediately made his mark, scoring three goals in his first five games. The Portuguese winger, who previously played for several European top clubs including Sporting Portugal, Galatasaray, Gaziantepspor and Real Sociedad, scored a goal on his PSV debut against FC Basel. He also found the net against FC Basel in the return leg and in his first Eredivisie home game, against ADO Den Haag.
Frank Bruma’s 2019 season was marred by injuries. He also had problems in his personal life which he frankly discussed later. He spent the 2020/21 season on loan with Olympiacos in Greece.
KNVB Cup final win After his loan spell, during which he scored seven goals in 22 matches, he returned to Eindhoven. He added value to Roger Schmidt’s team on and off the pitch. Bruma scored seven goals for PSV and made 28 league appearances. He was named player of the month August and netted three goals in PSV’s KNVB Cup campaign. He came on as a substitute in the 2-1 Cup final win over Ajax. He scored a goal in his farewell appearance for PSV, just like he did in his first game in 2019.