Rapid Vienna leave parting message for Aliou Badji

Rapid Vienna leave parting message for Aliou Badji
Rapid Vienna leave parting message for Aliou Badji

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- Yasmine El Tohamy - VIENNA, AUSTRIA – DECEMBER 8: Aliou Badji of Rapid during the tipico Bundesliga match between SK Rapid Wien and FK Austria Wien at Allianz Stadion on December 8, 2019 in Vienna, Austria. (Photo by Johannes Schedl/SEPA.Media /Getty Images)

Rapid Vienna sporting director Zoran Barisic has left a goodbye message for Aliou Badji, thanking the club for “mutual respectful negotiations.”

Following Aliou Badji’s transfer to Egyptian giants Al Ahly, Rapid Vienna’s sporting director Zoran Barisic has left some kind words for the Senegalese man.

In a statement on the club’s official website he said “We wish Aliou Badji the best for his future career, we didn’t want to miss the chance that he could play for one of the most popular and best clubs in his home continent.”

He continued, ” I would also like to thank the management of Aliou and the people in charge of Al Ahly SC for the tough, but thank you for mutual respectful negotiations.”

Badji spent just one year at Rapid Vienna following his move from Swedish club Djurgardens, however he made a positive impact overall scoring 7 league goals in his 22 appearances in the Austrian Bundesliga.

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