‘Crespo’ Kamara rejects new Örebro SK deal


June 23, 2016 By Sahr Morris Jr.

Sierra Leone and Örebro SK striker, Alhassan ‘Crespo’ Kamara, has reportedly rejected a new deal with the Swedish Allsvenskan league club, fueling speculations of a move elsewhere.

According to Swedish based media Expressen, the Sierra Leone forward, who has so far accounted for a goal and two assists in nine games this season, turned down an extension and appears to have made it clear that he is keen to join BK Hacken next season.

“The 23-year-old striker from Sierra Leone looks set to leave for Hacken at the end of the current season,” the Swedish paper reported.

However, BK Hacken sporting director Sonny Karlsson refused to comment on the transfer issue, adding that they cannot comment on rumours about players.

“We cannot comment on rumours and we don’t comment on players until something is confirmed. I will not comment on anything about him because I have no confirmation that we are after him,” the Hacken sporting director told Expressen.

According to information provided, the former FC Kallon and AIK striker has made it clear that he will join BK Hacken and will apparently play out his contract with Örebro SK and then leave for free when his contract expires at the end of the season.