After an unfruitful season spent playing on loan for Leeds United, Modou Barrow has returned to his parent club Swansea, in a bid to salvage his career with Coach Paul Clement who doesn't seem to be a big fan of him.
A Gambian football enthusiast that spoke to What's On-Gambia claimed that the country's most famous Europe base footballer's carrier with Swansea is hanging by a thread.
“It's very evident that he is not in Paul Clement's plans, thus he's only got this pre-season to prove to the former No 2 at Real Madrid to Carlo Ancelloti, that he has what it takes.”
Barrow is widely believed to be the first Gambian born to feature in the English Premier League after bagging a lucrative contract with Wales’ Swansea F C.
But his career has been suffering after being linked to different young women in The Gambia. At 24, he has two failed marriages behind him. One of his estranged wives is his childhood sweetheart, Nato. The couple, who parted ways in acrimonious fashion, have a child together.
A UK based Gambian football commentator said he is afraid Modou might be loaned again by Swansea, taking into consideration all the matrimonial distractions.
"Our brother needs to compose himself and do his utmost to convince Paul Clement like how he did with Gary Monk or else he might kiss good bye to playing in the Premier League"
Swansea who play their first pre-season game today against Barnet has been training at their multi- million pound training facility in Fairwood, Gower.
They are scheduled to fly to the USA there after which will see them play three friendlies