Iffe Lundberg has officially announced his departure from Virtus Bologna after spending two years with the Italian club.

In an emotional statement on social media, Lundberg expressed gratitude to the Bologna fans and community for their unwavering support throughout his tenure.

“Dear people and fans of Bologna, thank you for everything you have done for me and my family. The amount of support you guys have shown me over the past two years has been nothing short of amazing, and I’m truly grateful for that.

“Throughout the ups and downs you always had my back, you kept cheering me on, you kept believing in me and I will always appreciate that!” he wrote.

Lundberg also expressed appreciation for the club, coaches, staff, and teammates who contributed to his growth as a player and as a person during his time in Italy.

“I want to say thank you to the club, the coaches, all of the staff and most importantly to all of my teammates. You guys pushed me every single day to become a better version of myself, to become a better friend and a better teammate on and off the court. I love you guys, and I will always cherish all the good and bad moments that we shared together,” he continued.

“The time has come for our paths to go separate ways but I will always feel like a “Virtussini”. Thank you for everything!”

The 29-year-old Danish guard averaged 8.5 points, 2.1 rebounds, and 2 assists per game in EuroLeague action this past season.

As Lundberg bids farewell to Bologna, speculation will likely mount regarding his next destination in European basketball.