By: Babocarr Fallaboweh
Ebrima Singhateh joined Prague on a five-year deal with Alasana Manneh and signed a three-year contract with Odense.
Musa Barrow was expected to move away from Emilia-Romagna. Premier League clubs such as Brighton and Fulham are interested in the Gambian forward. Still, all his suitors failed to match Bologna’s asking Price of €15m.
Ebrima Singhateh’s numbers were too good. Nine senior league goals, 13 goals for the U21, and 2 goals in the UEFA Europa Conference League, making it 24 goals in total since joining Paide in January 2022.
Upon his unveiling, Singhateh told the club website that he was ready to go all out for the club.
“I am thrilled to have signed for Slavia. I am glad to be a part of such a club. I’m ready to give it my all. I am happy to be a part of the club’s history. I want to help win more trophies,” he stressed.
Former Barcelona offensive midfielder Alasana Manneh has also signed a three-year contract with Danish side Odense BK. He becomes the third Gambian after Njogu Demba and Yankuba Minteh to play for the Superligaen club.
The club sporting director Björn Wesström was a happy man after securing the 24 -year- old from Polish side Górnik Zabrze.
” I am happy and proud that Manneh chose OB as his next club. He has qualities that allow us to be more flexible and varied in our game. His obvious core competence is his passing game with his left foot. His age, potential, and ambitions fit well with the team in the short and long term.” Westrom mentioned.
Sonacos Diourbel has announced the signing of Mamadi Ngum on a two-year contract from US OUAKAM.
Ngum could make his mark with Ndiambour FC but will be hoping for a U-turn in Senegal’s top elite.
The Summer transfer window ended with Gambian international goalkeeper Baboucarr Gaye, Defender Bubacarr Sanneh, and midfielder Yusupha Bobb not securing new deals.
For Musa Juwara, he has been linked with a move away from Bologna, with the latest being Turkish side Hatayspor.
Spanish clubs, namely Malaga and Villareal, were in the mix. Still, Bologna asked for hefty fees, making the deal hit the rocks.
Thirty-seven Gambian players moved to new teams on a permanent and loan basis during this summer transfer window.