January 16, 2015 By Sahr Morris Jr.
Sierra Leone international winger, Abdulai Bell-Baggie could be on his way out of English League Two side Tranmere Rovers after the club’s manager Micky Adams revealed the player is available for transfer.
After completing the signing of midfielder Steve Jennings and striker Rory Donnelly, the Rovers manager announced that the Sierra Leone international, together with Eliot Richards, George Donnelly, James Rowe and Antonie Boland, are all available for transfer this January.
This will come as a supervise for the 22-year-old Bell-Baggie who in September turned down an invitation from the Sierra Leone national team to play in the Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers in order to focus on his club career, as he was seeking to establish himself as a regular first-team player for Rovers.
Bell-Baggie, who is on his final season of his contract with Tranmere Rovers, was looking forward to convince the club to earn a new deal under the sacked coach Rob Edwards, but he has failed to impress new boss Adams.
The winger has endured limited playing time since Adams’ reign started in October.
Bell-Baggie joined Rovers in July 2012 on trial under manager Roonie Moore, who was also manager during the winger’s time at Rotherham. His impressive display was enough for him to secure a one-year contract, which was duly signed.
Having featured regularly for the club since his arrival, he signed a new contract on 7 March 2013, keeping him at the club until 2015.
He scored two goals in 34 appearances across the 2012-13 campaign.