Orebro striker Alhassan Kamara has again emerged as a target for Greek giant, Panathinaikos the player agent Patrick Mork has confirmed.
The Sierra Leonean international has enjoyed a good run towards the end of the Swedish Allsvenskan season, scoring 14 goals from 19 matches.
Kamara said. “I’ve learned not to comment on rumors, I belong to Örebro.
“I’ve learned how fleeting rumors can be. So if I heard about this I am not going to say much, ” He told fotbolldirekt.se.
“But it is clear that it is a good Club. Panathinaikos are a big club. It is well known and it is a club that plays nice football, he continues.
His goals scoring form has attracted several European clubs, including the Greek giant, but remains highly rated by current Orebro boss.
Kamara, during the first half of the 2012-season, he made 11 appearances for AIK, and after the summer he was loaned out to Orebro SK, where he made four goal in eight appearances.
On 24 January 2013 it was announced that he once again was to be loaned out to Örebro SK, for the rest of 2013.
Kamara 21 who signed for Orebro in 2014 season remains a subject of top European transfers.
Hull City were also linked with a move for the striker.
The Sierra Leone striker is the first player over 15 years to have scored six straight away goals in the Swedish top division.
The second player from Sierra Leone to surpassed over 13 goals in the Swedish top division in a season after Ibrahim Teteh Bangura who netted 15 goals in 17 appearances for AIK Stockholm in the 2011 season.