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Mamadou Sangaré joins Rapid Vienna from RB Salzburg

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Malian international Mamadou Sangaré has officially signed with Rapid Vienna, leaving RB Salzburg to embark on a new chapter in Austria’s top-flight football. This move follows a season-long loan at TSV Hartberg, where Sangaré’s performances caught the eye of his new club.

On Monday, July 1, the 22-year-old midfielder inked a four-year contract with the Vienna-based club.

This transfer marks the fifth professional club for the Bamako-born player, who is known for his tireless work ethic on the pitch. Sangaré is no stranger to the Austrian Bundesliga, having gained considerable experience in the league over recent years.

Sangaré’s arrival at Rapid Vienna comes as the club aims to build on its recent performances. Rapid Vienna finished 4th in Zone A during the relegation round of the Austrian Bundesliga, ensuring their place in the top division.

Under the guidance of head coach Robert Klauss, Sangaré is expected to infuse the team with his fighting spirit and help them advance to higher echelons of the league.

During his time at TSV Hartberg, Sangaré was instrumental in the club’s efforts to maintain their status in the Austrian Bundesliga.

Over the course of the season, he made 33 appearances in all competitions, scoring one goal and providing four assists.

His contributions were vital in Hartberg’s successful campaign to stay in the elite tier of Austrian football.

Sangaré’s talent and potential have also been recognized at the international level. He was selected by Mali’s U23 national team coach to participate in the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.

However, he has been granted permission by FEMAFOOT, the Malian Football Federation, to focus on completing the administrative procedures necessary for his transfer to Rapid Vienna.

This move to Rapid Vienna represents a significant step in Sangaré’s career, offering him the opportunity to showcase his abilities at a higher level and further his development as a player.

His journey from Bamako to the Austrian capital highlights his dedication and the progress he has made in European football.

As Rapid Vienna gears up for the new season, the addition of Sangaré is seen as a strategic move to strengthen their midfield and enhance their competitive edge.

Fans and pundits alike will be keen to see how the Malian international integrates into the team and what impact he will have in the coming campaigns.

With his proven track record of resilience and performance, Mamadou Sangaré is poised to become a key player for Rapid Vienna.

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