Sam Morsy hopes to move permanently to Barnsley
Egyptian international midfielder Sam Morsy revealed that he is aiming to move permanently to Bransley which he moved to on loan from Wigan Athletic.
Morsy joined Barnsley FC from rivals Wigan Athletic on a season-long loan becoming the second Egyptian player to play for the Reds, after Mido ended his playing career at the club.
“I said when I signed that my intention was to make it into a permanent move,” said Morsy. The 25-year-old however is doubtful whether such move will happen in January during the transfer window or not. “In terms of whether it can get done in January is out of my hands really. It’s down to Wigan and Barnsley to sort that.”
English-born Morsy expressed his happiness regarding his adventure with Barnsley and harmony with coach Paul Heckingbottom. “It’s a good club with the fans, the players and the staff. We all seem to be as one and that’s a really powerful thing in football,” he explained. “The manager Paul Heckingbottom has been brilliant with me and I feel like I’m improving.”
The player also said that he is only focused on the next game in the league and is eager for gaining more points with the team. “I just want to help the team get as many wins as possible,” he concluded.
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