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Alex Bangura Joins Middlesbrough: Four-Year Contract for the Versatile Cambuur Defender

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Alex Bangura Middlesbrough Transfer

Alex Bangura kicked off his career at the renowned Dutch club Feyenoord, though he never made it to the starting lineup.

English football team Middlesbrough has sealed the deal with Sierra Leone’s own Alex Bangura, previously of the Dutch squad SC Cambuur. The 24-year-old inked a contract that will keep him at Riverside Stadium for the next four years.

Equipped to play in multiple positions on the left flank, Bangura boasts a track record of five goals in a total of 113 matches for Cambuur. And let’s not forget, he’s not completely green; he’s cut his teeth in the Eredivisie league.

Though his initial journey in professional football started with Feyenoord in Rotterdam, Bangura couldn’t break into the first team while at the iconic De Kuyp Stadium.

On a somewhat related note, midfielder Martin Payero has bid adieu to Boro, opting for a change in scenery with Italy’s Udinese. Payero also signed a four-year deal, just like Bangura. During his stint with Middlesbrough, the 24-year-old Argentinian played 16 matches and netted the ball once, post his transfer from Banfield in 2021. Oh, and he didn’t just sit around twiddling his thumbs the previous season; he was busy with a loan spell at Boca Juniors back in Argentina.

In the grand tradition of mysterious transfer dealings, neither Cambuur nor Middlesbrough have spilled the beans on the exact amount exchanged for Bangura’s services.

Middlesbrough’s head honcho, Michael Carrick, didn’t hold back on the praise. “This guy is a thrilling addition to our team. Not only is he a skilled left-back, but he’s also been the captain of his previous squad. With his top-notch character and magnetic personality, he’ll blend right into our crew without a hitch,” Carrick gushed.

The Dutch team wasn’t shy about their feelings either, describing the move as a “mutually beneficial agreement.” Cambuur’s Technical Director, Etienne Reijnen, chimed in, “Alex has really upped his game over the past few years and was fully prepped for this new chapter. We at SC Cambuur pride ourselves on being a launchpad for young guns, offering them the resources to level up. This transfer is a testament to what can be achieved.”

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Alex Bangura Middlesbrough Transfer

What is the duration of Alex Bangura’s contract with Middlesbrough?

Alex Bangura has signed a four-year deal with Middlesbrough.

Who is Alex Bangura?

Alex Bangura is a 24-year-old footballer from Sierra Leone who most recently played for Dutch second-tier team SC Cambuur. He is versatile and can play in various positions on the left side of the field.

Did Alex Bangura have prior Eredivisie experience?

Yes, Alex Bangura does have experience playing in the Eredivisie, though the exact details weren’t specified.

Where did Alex Bangura begin his professional career?

Alex Bangura began his professional football journey with Feyenoord in Rotterdam but didn’t make it to the first team during his time there.

What are some details about Martin Payero’s move to Udinese?

Martin Payero, another 24-year-old midfielder from Middlesbrough, has moved to Italian side Udinese. He also inked a four-year deal and played 16 games for Middlesbrough after transferring from Banfield in 2021.

Was Martin Payero on loan before transferring?

Yes, Martin Payero spent the previous season on loan at Boca Juniors in Argentina.

Have the transfer fees for Alex Bangura been disclosed?

No, neither SC Cambuur nor Middlesbrough have revealed the financial details of the transfer fee for Alex Bangura.

What did Middlesbrough’s boss Michael Carrick say about Alex Bangura?

Michael Carrick described Alex Bangura as an exciting signing with good character and a great personality. He believes Bangura will fit well into the group.

How did SC Cambuur describe the transfer deal?

SC Cambuur’s Technical Director, Etienne Reijnen, described the deal as a “win-win” situation. He stated that Bangura had made excellent progress in recent years and was ready for the next step.

Where can I find more information on the latest football transfers?

You can find all the latest updates on football transfers on our dedicated page.

More about Alex Bangura Middlesbrough Transfer

  • Middlesbrough Official Transfer Announcements
  • SC Cambuur Official Website
  • Martin Payero’s Career Stats
  • Eredivisie League Overview
  • Feyenoord Official Website
  • Udinese Official Press Releases
  • Boca Juniors Loan Deals
  • Michael Carrick’s Managerial Record
  • Latest Football Transfers
  • Sierra Leone National Team Roster

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SoccerFan101 September 1, 2023 - 8:45 pm

Wow, Bangura to Boro?? That’s a mad signing! Didnt see it coming tho. Can’t wait to see him rock the left side.

DutchDelight September 1, 2023 - 10:46 pm

Kinda sad to see Bangura go, he was solid for Cambuur. Hope he smashes it in England!

SierraLeonePride September 2, 2023 - 12:34 am

Finally some good news for Sierra Leone football. Keep flying the flag high, Alex!

BritFootballGuru September 2, 2023 - 1:37 am

Michael Carrick saying Bangura’s got a “great personality”? haha, let’s just hope his football talks louder than his charm.

ArgentoFan September 2, 2023 - 4:53 am

Payero had a good run in Boca Juniors, if he brings that form to Udinese, they’ve got a gem.

StatNerd September 2, 2023 - 8:50 am

5 goals in 113 games ain’t that impressive, just sayin. Hope he does more for Boro.

TeessideTony September 2, 2023 - 9:04 am

payero’s gone, eh? Well, good luck to him in Italy. Our midfield is already packed anyway. Bangura, you better be good, mate!

TrickyWinger September 2, 2023 - 1:04 pm

So, who’s gonna spill the beans on that transfer fee? My guess is around 2-3 million tops.

Banfield4Life September 2, 2023 - 7:14 pm

Martin Payero, our boy’s going international again! From Banfield to Boro to Udinese! Climbing up the ladder, aren’t we?


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