Yer in the afternoon the transfer of Tonny Sanabria to Torino was made official. The 24-year-old Spanish-Paraguayan forward ended his time as a Betis player to return to Serie A, where he previously played for three teams: Roma, Sassuolo, and Genoa. But first, he wanted to say goodbye to what until this weekend had been his hobby for the last four and a half years, with a loan of 18 months in between.

A special stage in my life closes here, from which I only take the good things and learning the not so good things, Sanabria began in a post shared on his social networks. I would have liked to say goodbye differently, but circumstances have not allowed me to do so, added the international striker.

I have to thank all the club’s workers, all the coaches, and all the teammates with whom I had to share during all this time. It was a pleasure to live and enjoy by your side. I keep the good times and I I have many friendships that will last forever. Good luck during the season, Betis.

Sanabria concluded. The footballer will still have to wait a few days to be able to join the day-to-day life of his new club since he tested positive for covid-19 that was carried out during the medical examination and is asymptomatic and in isolation. Thus ends his stage at Benito VillamarĂ­n, which he reached in exchange for 7.5 million euros in 2016 and from which he leaves almost five years later for seven million and three more in variables.