Former AIK striker Ibrahim Bangura has begun training with Allsvenskan side IFK Norrköping alongside fellow Sierra Leonean Alhaji Kamara to stay fit ahead of a possible deal.
Bangura, 25, is currently without a club. The Sierra Leone international has been out of active football due to knee injury for almost a year.
“Teteh have previously shown that he is a good player. He has had injury problems but is healthy and when we now have the chance to get him here it will be exciting to see Teteh in our environment,” says IFK Norrköping manager Janne Andersson.
“I just know that they performed well in the league. It’s fun to be here, Sweden feels like home to me. People are always friendly here, he says to Folkbladet after Wednesday’s training.
“And I love the Swedish league, really. I was quite shy when I came to AIK first time, but they took care of me in a good way and I felt I could open myself.
Ibrahim Bangura is no stranger in the Swedish Allsvenskan. In 2011 season, he scored 15 goals in 17 appearances for AIK.
He has in the past played for Bursaspor, Sanlıurfaspor and Beitar Jerusalem in Isreal.
By Alie Bittar