"Confirmed: Badji sign on for Rapid Vienna"
"Aliou Badji, 21, leaving the island of Djurgården for austrian club Rapid Vienna."
"the Contract runs until the summer of 2022."
"I am incredibly happy and grateful that Djurgården has now given me the chance to play for Rapid Vienna," says Aliou Badji."
"With only an hour left of the austrian transfer window confirmed the club Rapid Vienna that they enlisted the Club senegalesiske striker Aliou Badji."
"the Deal has been in the news a couple of days."
"– Aliou Badji has during the day been in Rapid Vienna to discuss its future, as well as undergo a medical examination and the transition between clubs is now complete. It has been speculated a lot about various opportunities that have existed, but Badji has the priority that it should be good gamely, and it must be games in Europe, " said sporting director Bosse Andersson to the Club website."
"the Striker – who made 15 goals in 54 matches for the teams for the team – have previous in this window been linked with French Amiens and the chinese Hebei China Fortune."
"Hope I can come back”"
"Had a transition to become China had Djurgården scored more than sek 50 million for the striker. What prislappet eventually lands on now has not been announced publicly. According to Expressen, there about 20 million, and that the Dif has a appendix made by enterprise at 25%."
" Both we and Badji has planned that he would go in this transfer window because it has been such a great interest. We have had a couple of options that would have been better financially but Badji rather have wanted to play in Europe to get a good sporting plan in his development. It is something we have a lot of respect for, regardless of the financial outcome, " says Bosse Andersson."
"Badji himself commenting on the transition to Rapid Vienna:"
" It has been an amazing time in Djurgården. I feel that I have developed incredibly much during my time here and I have all the time worn the blårandiga the shirt with pride. I hope I can come back and play for Djurgården again later in my career, " he says."