Gambia captain Omar Colley decides on Belgium move
Gambia captain Omar Colley decides to move to Belgian club Genk rather than to Spain or Germany in order to get more playing time.
The 23-year-old has signed from Swedish side Djurgarden on a three-year deal for around US$2,25 million.
Colley also had offers from Spain's Espanyol and Germany's Hertha Berlin.
"I joined Genk where there will be less stress because the manager has assured me I will have more playing time," he told BBC Sport.
"It feels great to sign for Genk because it is a great club and a good step for my career." .
The former Real de Banjul player made 44 matches for Djurgarden scoring five goals for them after joining from Finnish side Kups in August 2014.