The winger was confirmed as a Crystal Palace player on Wednesday afternoon.
Crystal Palace's signing of Bakary Sako has affected three sets of fans at once.
Indeed, the Palace faithful have welcomed the 27-year-old to Selhurst Park - but West Brom fans were hoping Sako could have moved to the Hawthorns. Wolverhampton Wanderers supporters, though, are delighted with how things have turned out.
Here's how Wolves fans reacted to the news their former winger won't be joining their bitter rivals West Brom...
Any #wba fan who thinks missing out on free agent Sako in order to pursue 10million Matt Phillips is a good idea is either deluded or stupid— Marc Nock (@nocky1982) August 5, 2015
And so the legend of Bakary Sako at Wolves remains perfectly intact. Best of luck pal #WWFC— GulrajSinghKular ƪϐ (@JeeEsKay) August 5, 2015
There was an understandably different reaction from the Baggies faithful, however, who feel relieved to have missed out on Sako.
Indeed, their faith in Tony Pulis has transcended the disappointment of missing out on the now Crystal Palace winger.
Why is everyone having a meltdown cause sako has gone palace!!Clearly pulis has other ideas..trust pulis and your see!!#wba— Kimberley (@KimJordanxx) August 5, 2015
Sako would have been a decent signing on a free but if Pulis is confident of landing better players what's the problem? #WBA— Rees (@ReesFitzgerald) August 5, 2015
Personally glad we didnt get sako , unproven in prem , phillips much better option but we need more than just phillips #wba— Justin Gower (@baggies25) August 5, 2015
Of course, there was plenty of reaction from the Palace supporters, too, who - after all - are the ones to have signed the 27-year-old winger.
Rather than focusing on Wolves or West Brom, the majority of Crystal Palace fans have simply expressed their delight at signing another capable wide man...
Sako another dead ball specialist. Will be quite a fight to take free kicks. Can't wait for a penalty shoot out #cpfc— Oisin (@OisinDubai) August 5, 2015
Bakary Sako a great signing for Palace. Now all we need is a decent centre half and we can be well pleased with this transfer window #CPFC— Stewart Baldwin (@stewartbaldwin) August 5, 2015
Getting sako on a free transfer is an excellent piece of business. #cpfc— Michael Huntington (@jimmyjoojoo22) August 5, 2015