Norrköping have announced they have agreed a loan deal with Malaysian giant club for 20-year-old Alhaji ‘Andriano’ Kamara on Swedish deadline day.
“Only the medical examination remains before Alhaji Kamara is completely ready for Johor Darul Ta’zim FC in Malaysia’s Premier League,” the club has said.
The loan terms from 1 April to 30 November and according to SportExpressen.se, the deal worth 18 million that is if Ta’zim FC decided to buy out the player after the loaned period – further 10 million buyout clause.
“I want to thank IFK for this opportunity and I want to extend a special greeting to IFK Norrköping fans for all their support. I would like to wish the team and all the players’ good luck,” says Alhaji Kamara.
The striker who accounted for ten goals last season in the Swedish Allsvenskan is on his way to join his new teammates.
The former FC Kallon and Belvic United striker was sent off in a match against Örebro SK. After being sent off he ran off the pitch screaming and according to him, he ran into the dressing room and cried on the floor.
Alhaji Kamara signed for IFK Norrköping on a three-year deal.
Kamara moved to Sweden from FC Kallon on loan to Djurgården in 2012.