Huddersfield Town have confirmed that Adama Diakhaby has left the club to sign for French side Amiens SC on a permanent deal.
The winger signed for the Terriers back in July 2018 from Monaco, but struggled to make a significant impact with the Yorkshire-based side.
He spent some of last year’s campaign on loan with Nottingham Forest, but failed to score a single goal in his 14 appearances with the club.
In total, Diakhaby made 48 appearances for Huddersfield, but didn’t score once in his time with the Terriers, which certainly will have been frustrating to see for the John Smith’s Stadium faithful.
Huddersfield Town are currently sat 14th in the Championship table, and will be hoping that they can put together a positive run of results heading into the second-half of this year’s campaign, after a recent slump in form.
Plenty of Huddersfield Town supporters were quick to take to social media to issue their thoughts on Diakhaby’s permanent departure from the club.
Take a look at the best of the reaction from Twitter below….
Along with Pritchard one of the worst two £ for £ signings in the clubs history. Good riddance.
— Craig Addy (@craigsaddy) February 1, 2021
Good riddance. Worst signing in the history of our club.
— Peckett1996 (@1996Htafc) February 1, 2021
Pound for pound up there the WORST signings we have made in our history.
— Ben (@htafc_ben) February 1, 2021
Hahahaha bye then and don't ever come back
— Matt Barrett (@Mattbarrett1991) February 1, 2021
Good riddance to bad rubbish. Not sure he's even a professional footballer.
— Craig Stevanato (@stevvy1986) February 1, 2021
How much did we have to pay them 🤔 #htafc
— Shaun (@SH4UN_C) February 2, 2021
👋 Great business even if we got 50p, he can chase his first touch all the way back to France.
— nelly (@nellyharri) February 2, 2021
Thank the Lord something positive from this transfer window
— Trisha Langford (@titchyt2) February 1, 2021
Good riddance, you're never welcome back
— Martin Critchley (@MartinCritch) February 2, 2021
— Lee Morris (@Leemorris__) February 1, 2021