Brazilian winger Douglas Costa is a player that’s richly experienced when it comes to loan moves. The Juventus star has once played in Germany for German Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich before sealing a transfer to Italian Serie A giants Juventus. However, despite notably trying his very best, he was not able to establish himself as a regular starter at both the Allianz Arena and in Turin. He was instead sent out on loan on several occasions and it looks like he has continued that tradition.

Following his exit from Bayern, he joined Juventus on a permanent transfer but could also not nail down a starting berth in the Old Lady team during his time there. After spending some time on the substitue’s bench, he became increasingly frustrated at a lack of game time at the club and requested a temporary move away so he can get more playing minutes.

He left Juventus and signed for a club in his native Brazil, signing for one of the Brazilian Serie A teams. But just like his other spells, he didn’t really enjoy a brilliant loan time in Brazil. He returned to Juventus after the temporary transfer but he has now sealed another move to the United States this time, joining Major League Soccer giants Los Angeles Galaxy.

He joined the MLS side on an initial six-month loan deal but will be making the move a permanent one afterward. After the end of his first six months at the club, he will sign a new contract agreement which will see him start a fresh two’tear permanent stay at the club.

Costa will be looking to have a better campaign this time around as he looks to bring his career back on track with the hope of making it to the Brazilian national team ahead of the World Cup starting later this year.