By Sulayman Bah Gambia international Modou Barrow’s sale has caused a bit of a stir with the player’s transfer terms believed to be shrouded in shade. Barrow moved to English Premier League club Swansea City on a fee thought to be in the region of 1.7 millions pounds. He’s been confined to the club’s U-21s. Both Swansea and Swedish club Ostersunds FK gave an impression Modou signed on a permanent basis. But new details have emerged in fact suggesting the move was on loan basis with an option to make it permanent deal by the end of this year. In the emerging finer details, it’s said that a clause is installed in the contract which hands Barrow chance to terminate the contract if his family is unhappy in their new surrounding in Wales. Ostersunds FK sports director however hopes that a deal will soon be reached. Swansea are yet to make a public statement over the issue. Barrow has impressed enough already after scoring four times in three matches for the U-21s.]]>
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