Reading winger Mo Barrow has confirmed on Instagram that he has completed a move to Turkish Super Lig side Denlizspor, where he will spend the 2019/20 campaign on loan.
We covered reports here on The72 saying that Barrow was in Turkey ahead of completing a move to the Super Lig, with pair Denlizspor and Sivasspor both said keen on bringing him in before their transfer window slams shut at the end of this month.
Now, Barrow has confirmed that he has joined Denlizspor, posing for pictures after the completion of the deal.
The move is yet to be announced by parent club Reading, but with pictures taken and Barrow confirming the deal, it seems only a matter of time before the Royals confirm that the Namibian international will be spending the season in Turkey with Sivasspor.
With the likes of Lucas Boye now coming in and Yakou Meite also able to play out wide, which could happen more now after the arrivals of strikers George Puscas and Lucas Joao, Barrow has been knocked further down the pecking order, allowing for Jose Gomes to sanction a move away. Yakou Meite can also play out wide
Barrow, 26, has been with Reading for two years now, having left Swansea City to link up with the Royals back in the summer of 2017. In his time with the club, the former Leeds United and Blackburn Rovers loanee has scored 14 goals and provided 12 assists in 82 appearances.
It will be interesting to see how Barrow fares with Denlizspor and if this loan move spells the end of his career with Reading.