Medo Kamara is not for sale, insists Rep

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Nov

Mohamed Medo Kamara’s representative Mustapha Baimaro Turay has denied rumors that English Championship side Bolton Wanderers has put the Sierra Leonean up for sale as he is surplus to requirement at the club.

According to Turay, Kamara is obviously not happy because is not playing regular football, he wants to play and he is training with the first team and has not been relegated to the reserve team that is to show he is still a member of Neil Lennon’s side.

“In the light of the rumors about a possible deal involving Medo is up for sale I would like to reiterate that those rumors are completely false and baseless.”

“I understand it’s easy to write things like this because he is not playing at the moment as he lost his place while on international duty with Sierra Leone.

He had a successful spell with Maccabi Haifa and now he is back with Bolton.”Turay told www.footballsierraleone.net.

The 27-year-old has not tasted regular football since he returned from his loan spell with Maccabi Haifa in Israel.

“There has been some contact for him from clubs in Europe, but nothing official has been made yet, to date no discussion regarding this story has been seen as a reality, Kamara is not up for sale – not under any pressure to leave Bolton,” Turay noted.

Kamara joined Bolton Wanderers from Partizan in 2013 but has not been regular under manager Neil Lennon.

His debut came on 23 February as he came on as a substitute in Bolton’s 4–1 win versus Hull City. His first goal for the club came on 30 March against Charlton Athletic as he scored Bolton’s second in a 2–3 defeat.

He was sent on loan towards the end of last season to joined Israeli side Maccabi Haifa until the end of the season

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