Sierra Leone international striker, Alhassan ‘Crespo’ Kamara, has finally sealed a multi-year contract deal with Swedish Premier League new boys, Örebro.
According to a press release from ÖSK’s website, the former FC Kallon striker joined Örebro from AIK on a three-year deal that will last until 2017.
Kamara earlier spent time on loan with Örebro in 2011 but later chose to join AIK, which was one of many interested clubs for his signature whilst playing for Boden BK in Division 1 where he scored five goals and made three assists in 10 games.
During his spell with AIK, Kamara was loaned to ÖSK on two occasions where he had a good run, which prompted the club to make a permanent move for him.
“In December, both clubs have been discussing a move for the player and have now reached an agreement. We are obviously delighted that Kamara and ÖSK reached an agreement,” says ÖSK’s Magnus Shield Mark.
“It has been a long process of negotiation, so it feels great to be understood of course. ÖSK has treated me very well when I have been here before and the club has become like a second family to me,” said a delighted Kamara. “It will be exciting with a fresh start in ÖSK and I look forward to the premier league adventure. I would like to wish all ÖSK a Merry Christmas and see you again in January.”