Moussa Sow joins Turkish Super Lig outfit Bursaspor from Shabab Al-Ahli

The Senegal international has returned to the Turkish Super Lig after spending one-and-a-half-year with the United Arab Emirates club

Bursaspor have confirmed the transfer of Moussa Sow from Shabab Al-Ahli.

The Timsah Arena outfit announced on Saturday that they have reached a agreement with the 31-year-old forward who is already in the city of Bursa.

Sow who joined Fenerbahce in January 2012 from Lille made 121 league appearances, scoring 64 goals in his first stint in the Turkish top-flight.

The Senegalese forward also won the 2013-14 league title including the 2014-15 Turkish Super Cup diadem before departing to the UAE Arabian Gulf League outfit in August 2015.

The experienced attacker is expected to boost the frontline of the Green Crocodiles who are currently placed in the ninth spot in the Turkish top-flight with 25 points from 17 games.

The club disclosed that the former Lille and Rennes player will sign his contract after medical check-ups.

"Experienced player Moussa Sow who came to the principle agreement came to Bursa today. After the health checks to be done, Bursasporlu will sign the contract," a statement read on club website.

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