Adam Masina has officially joined Torino, the club revealed in a statement.
The statement further detailed, “Torino Football Club is pleased to announce that we have secured, on a temporary basis with an option of permanent purchase, the rights to Adam Masina’s sporting performances from Udinese Calcio.” The Italian player was born in Khouribga, Morocco, on 2 January 1994.
He honed his football skills as a forward in the Bologna youth team before moving on loan to Giacomense in the Lega Pro Seconda Divisione in 2012. This is where Masina made his professional debut and started playing as a left-back.
Back at Bologna, after spending a season with their Primavera team, he cemented his place with the first team from the 2014-’15 season, contributing significantly to their return to Serie A. “In four seasons with them, he appeared in 131 games and scored 4 goals in the league and Coppa Italia,” the club mentioned.
In 2018, Masina transferred to Watford in England where he featured in 90 games and found the back of the net thrice in his four-season stint. In 2022, he returned to Italy, signed by Udinese, where he made 20 appearances and scored 2 goals over the last season and a half.
Masina also has 6 appearances for the Italian Under 21 national team and 16 for Morocco.
The statement concluded, “The whole of Torino Football Club welcomes Adam Masina with a warm welcome: good luck, always strong Toro!”