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‘Crespo’ Kamara turns down Premier League club

NOVEMBER 10, 2014  By Sahr Morris Jnr.

Sierra Leone and Orebro striker, Alhassan ‘Crespo’ Kamara, has reportedly turned down a trial with English Premier League club, Hull City.

The former AIK Solna striker was recently linked with a move to Hull City and Championship side Huddersfield Town, but Hull later requested the player to undergo trials before a possible move.

However, it was reported by several Swedish media houses that the player’s representative (agent) had frown at the proposal by Hull City.

“We think that he is too good to go for trials,” said agent Patrick Mork after seeing his client finished as Orebro’s top scorer in the just concluded Swedish Premier League – the Allvenskan – with 14 goals in 12 matches despite only playing in the second half of the season.

The 21-year-old striker’s performance has seen him become a hunted prey in Europe and agent Mork said they are aware that there are many clubs who will follow the Sierra Leone international now.

Kamara, who helped Orebro to sixth in the Swedish league, had a contract with the club until 2015, and Mork hinted that their goal is to sell the player next season.

“My goal is that he will be sold in 2016. Then we’ll see where it gets. The winter window is only 10 percent of the summer window, so it’s a balancing act for the player and ÖSK,” Mork said.

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