January 14, 2015 By Sahr Morris Jnr
Sierra Leone and Bolton Wanderers midfielder, Mohamed Medo Kamara will this week complete his loan move to Israeli Premier League side, Maccabi Haifa.
The former FK Partizan Belgrade combative midfielder has already landed in Israel to finalise the move, which could possibly turn out to be a permanent deal in the summer.
Confirming the move, Bolton’s manager, Neil Lennon, told the Bolton news online that the Sierra Leone international is on the verge of completing a loan move to the Israeli club, which he said will make more room in the budget for new signings.
Kamara, who had been a regular player featuring in 51 games for the Whites since moving from FK Partizan in January 2013, has failed to start a single match under Lennon’s term and the manager admitted that it is not the fault of the player.
“It has probably been through no fault of his own; the likes of Pratley, Danns, Trotter and Vela came to the fore,” Lennon told the Bolton news online as he confirmed the 27-year-old’s departure.
“I inherited a squad with four or five defensive midfield players and I didn’t feel we needed all that. Medo felt the brunt of it, unfortunately for him. He’s got an opportunity to go and play football at a very high level.”
The player has 12 months remaining on his current contract with Bolton and could possibly move on as a free player next season.