OCTOBER 1, 2014 By Sahr Morris Jnr.
English Championship high-flyers, Wolvehampton Wanderers are weighing up a move for Sierra Leone international striker, Kei Kamara.
The former Middlesbrough forward, who has been without a club since leaving Boro last month on mutual consent, is in search of a new club and has been training with Wolves since last week.
Wolves, who are just two points off the top of the Championship table, are in the market for a striker as Kenny Jackett looks to bolster his ranks up-top and Kamara has been handed a chance to impress.
“He is an experienced front player and having left Middlesbrough on August 30th he is looking for a club,” Jackett told the club’s website. “We will be talking to him and there will be some summing up afterwards as to where he is.
“But he’s a free agent looking for a club and has been with us for two days, which was the original agreement. He’s done OK, and from finding out about his overall situation, he would need a work permit because he’s a Sierra Leone international.”
The 30-year-old had expressed a desire to return to the MLS with former club Sporting Kansas City after leaving Boro.
Kamara fell out of favour at Boro at the end of last season and didn’t help his case for a return to the first team fold when he took to Twitter in the summer, criticising the club for “doing nothing” after he contracted malaria.