September 1, 2016 By Sahr Morris Jr.
Sierra Leonean youngster Mustapha Bundu has signed a one-year loan deal with Danish top flight league side AGF with an option to extend his contract.
The deal for the former Craig Bellamy Foundation (CBF) player came after he successfully underwent a weeklong trial with the Danish club.
Chernor Musa Jalloh, Bundu’s local agent, who together with Swedish agent pioneered the deal, said the deal was the best offer for the youngster to improve and get more experience in the game.
He said: “Bundu is an interesting player who has future and a potential to grow. I believe he will definitely do well in Denmark.”
AGF Sports Chief Jens Andersson said: “Mustapha has an exciting talent, and his training with the AGF A-squad revealed that he possesses some offensive skills, which can be interesting for us.
“He is still young, but we believe that he’s in our framework and can take the next step in its development. That is why we have secured one-year agreement with him with an option to extend it.”
The 19-year old attacking midfielder is currently in Freetown and will travel to Aarhus in Denmark to join AGF when he secures his work permit. Bundu was taken to England in 2010 by CBF, he played for non-league side Hereford and at the same studying at Hartpury College in Gloucestershire.
He played in the iconic Wembley stadium in London in an FA Vase cup final loss to Morpeth Town at the end of last season before he was released by Hereford as he was not allowed to play higher than step five of the non-league pyramid due to work permit issues.