July 14, 2016 By Sahr Morris Jr.
Örebro SK goalkeeper Oscar Jansson has confirmed the potential move of Sierra Leone international striker Alhassan ‘Crespo’ Kamara to BK Hacken.
With Hacken and Örebro still refusing to make official comment over the move, the shot-stopper, in an interview on superlive sport programme in Sweden, confirmed that the move of Kamara to Hacken was finalised.
Örebro and Hacken will come face-to-face on Sunday in the Swedish Allvenskan league and it is believed that both sides wanted to complete the said deal before Sunday’s match, with the Sierra Leone striker already ruled out of the match.
When contacted, the striker said: “I do not want to comment on anything until it’s confirmed. We’ll see if I’ve played my last game, or if there will be a few more games.”
There has been lot of rumours about the player’s move to another club, with Malmö FF. being the other club interested to sign the former FC Kallon striker.
Recently, Expressen wrote that Örebro striker Alhassan Kamara has signed a contract with BK Hacken, taking effect next year. Since his contract with OSK expires after the season, he has the ability to sign for another club.
Meanwhile, the former AIK striker has now acquired his Swedish citizenship and it is understood that the 23-year-old had waited patiently since he applied for a Swedish passport last year.
The dual citizenship would not debar the forward, who traveled to Sweden in August 2011, from playing for Sierra Leone. He became eligible for citizenship, having spent more than five years in Sweden and engaged to his Swedish fiancé.