Ghanaian midfielder Emmanuel Agyemang Badu has revealed that leaving Udinese was hard decision after seven years with them.
The workaholic midfielder said this at unveiling ceremony on Thursday afternoon in Turkey.
The former Ghana youth player left Italian side Udinese to join Bursaspor after spending seven seasons with them a decision he says was had for him to take.
“I thank you all for coming first. Thank you for talking to the bishop. I also want to thank the president of Udinese. I was there for 7 years and it was hard for me to leave. I also thank the owner for believing in me. I promise to try my best to do my best and work best. ”
However Badu revealed he is focused on helping new club Bursaspor to a good position at the end of the season.
His arrival in Turkey increases the number of Ghanaians plying their trade in the country with the likes of Ghana Captain Asamoah Gyan and John Boye all in the European country.