Moussa Wague: Senegal defender seeking success after Barcelona exit

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Mauro Junior of PSV Eindhoven and Moussa Wague of PAOK during a Europa League match
Moussa Wague has not performed a senior recreation since December 2020 due to a critical knee damage

Senegal worldwide Moussa Wague is aiming for fulfillment at Croatian membership HNK Gorica after leaving Barcelona following an injury-hit spell with the European giants.

However after simply six appearances for Barcelona, and transient mortgage stints at French membership Good and Greek facet PAOK, the fit-again Wague is hoping for higher days in Croatia.

“I really feel nice. I can not wait to play once more, after nearly two seasons with out official matches,” Wague, whose spell at PAOK was reduce quick by a critical knee damage in December 2020, advised the HNK Gorica web site.

“It is unusual not enjoying for therefore lengthy, it was laborious for me to simply accept it originally. That is why I am completely satisfied to be right here, to have a brand new probability to play once more.

“For me, crucial factor is soccer. I wish to assist the workforce, win and transfer ahead.”

Ups and downs at Nou Camp

Born in Bignona, Senegal, Wague is a product of Qatar’s Aspire Academy and hung out on the Doha-based facility earlier than becoming a member of Eupen in 2016.

He made 20 appearances in his first season with Barcelona B, which was blighted by an allegation of racism and a four-game ban.

Nonetheless, a complete of six outings adopted for the five-time European champions – 4 in La Liga and two within the Champions League – earlier than mortgage strikes away from the Nou Camp.

Barcelona will obtain an undisclosed share of any charge HNK Gorica get for Wague ought to the Croatian membership promote him, and the Senegalese is specializing in what lies forward as he tries to bounce again with membership and nation.

“I wish to thank the membership for the arrogance and I hope to attain many successes collectively,” he wrote on Instagram.

The best-back has received 20 caps for Senegal, and Wague was a part of the Teranga Lions squad that reached the ultimate of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt.

He scored his first worldwide purpose for Senegal in a 2-2 draw with Japan of their Group H match on the 2018 World Cup – making him Africa’s youngest-ever goalscorer on the event on the age of 19.

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