HJK Helsinki has welcomed back former midfielder and Sierra Leone international Mohamed Medo Kamara (Pictured) who has been unattached since leaving Bolton in January.
Kamara played for HJK in the Finnish top flight between 2007 and 2010, where he was voted Veikkausliiga Player of the year in his final year at the club.
The 28-year-old who in January departed Bolton Wanderers, after a mutual agreement was reached to cancel his contract jetted into the Finnish capital today according to his agent Mustapha Baimaro Turay.
However, the club announced on Thursday that they have reached an agreement with Kamara that will keep him at the club until August, with an option to extend for a year.
“I had a lot of demand, but I love this club and I wanted to wear blue and white colors on me again,” Medo told club’s website.
This is a new opportunity for Kamara to revitalize his career that almost stalled in England due to lack of game time under boss Neil Lennon.
The former KuPs midfielder joined Bolton from 11-time Serbian champions Partizan Belgrade in January 2013. He has since gone on to feature 57 times for the club, scoring three times.
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