Barrow Bids Bologna Goodbye to Seal Saudi Signature

Bologna have green-lighted the departure of Musa Barrow from the club after Saudi Arabian outfit Al-Taawoun have agreed to buy him on a permanent deal. Both clubs reportedly reached an agreement over the weekend before the Rossoblù’s 2-1 victory over Cagliari on Saturday.

The 24-year-old Gambia forward expressed his discontent at playing under Thiago Motta and bid goodbye by thanking the club and the top-level management.

“The club understood my discomfort in continuing my adventure at Bologna, in particular with this coach. I can’t stay in a place where I no longer feel the right motivations. I always take my responsibilities, and that’s why it’s better for everyone I say goodbye to Bologna. I want to thank the club, in particular director Claudio Fenucci and Giovanni Sartori and the president Joey Saputo, as well as my teammates who I will always carry in my heart and the splendid Rossoblù fans.”

A contract valid until 2026 awaits the ex-Atalanta man in Buraidah, where he will earn €8M plus bonuses and add-ons. Barrow leaves Bologna after four seasons despite having two more years on his deal, having been effectively disregarded by Thiago Motta in the upcoming season plans.

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