Maccabi Haifa have confirmed that midfielder Mohamed Medo Kamara has returned to Bolton following his loan spell with the twelve time Israeli champions.
After a successful loan making fifteen appearances scoring one goal at Haifa, Kamara was optimistic of a move to join the Israeli side under the head coach that signed him, Marco Babul. But a fee could not be agreed after a change of manager at Haifa prevented any further negotiations.
The highly-rated 27-year-old was sent on loan because the Sierra Leonean born opts for a regular first-team football; however, Kamara is back in the camp with hopes of seeing off the remaining of his contract.
The Sierra Leone international in his first stint with Bolton made 57 appearances for the Wanderers, scoring three goals.
Medo still has a year remaining on his contract and will be ready to fight for starting spot at the Macron Stadium.
The former partisan Belgrade midfielder struggled to convince Lennon he was fit enough to command a place in the squad at Bolton.