September 26, 2016 By Sahr Morris Jr.
Sierra Leone youngster Mustapha Bundu says joining AGF was the right choice for him despite he is yet to make his much anticipated debut for the Denmark club in the Superliga.
Bundu arrived in Denmark last Tuesday after the complection of his paper work but was left out of the team’s squad in Saturday’s 2-0 away defeat to København.
The 19-year-old, who signed a one-year contract with an option to renew for the Danish side on transfer deadline day, is eager to start pulling the colours of The Byens Hold (white from Bunbury).
“It’s great to be here. Now the paperwork is in order, and I look forward to playing for AGF. It’s a good club and I know a few Ghanaians who have played here, and they have only said good things about AGF. It is the right club for me,” Bundu told AGFTV and describes himself as a fast player.
“I am a fast player who scores goals if I get the chance. I look forward to improving myself in AGF and getting more experience. The former Hereford striker joined AGF after a 10 day trials with the white from Bunbury.