PANATHINAIKOS have emerged a possible suitor for Sierra Leone international John Kamara, according to reports close to the player agent.
Kamara in photo contract with PAS Lamia is set to expire next month.
Football Sierra Leone understands PAS Lamia want to keep the aggressive midfielder, but is highly unlikely Kamara will stay.
Panathinaikos we understood have already been in contact with the player agent Eleftherios Sidiropoulous over talks of a possible switch.
The 27-year-old defensive midfielder has been on the club’s radar since 2012 when his previous top-flight club Apollon Smyrnis was relegated to the Greek football league.
“It’s all speculations for now, I’m still a Lamia player, Is that time of the year when transfer talks are all over the place,” Kamara told Football Sierra Leone.
Kamara won 2014 best Sierra Leone player award, becoming the first player to win the award playing in Greece.
He was allegedly banished from PAS Lamia for three weeks due to fears over the Ebola virus in October after playing for Sierra Leone in their Africa Cup of Nations ties in Cameroon.
The former Apollon defensive midfielder has won 6 caps with Sierra Leone. He made his international senior debut in 2013 against Cape Verd in Praia and Tunisia in Freetown in the FIFA World Cup qualifiers.
By Alie Bittar