*11 goals in his last 10 matches
* First in Sweden to have scored six straight away goals
* Huddersfield town and Hull City scouting the Sierra Leonean
* The Sierra Leone striker was bought last year from AIK.
English Premier League side Hull City are believed to be preparing an offer for Sierra Leone international and Orebro striker Alhassan “Crespo” Kamara.
Latest report in Sweden has linked the Leone Stars striker with a move to England and his expected destination is the KC Stadium – Hull City.
Steve Bruce may face a stiff competition from Huddersfield Town, if the report is anything to go by. The latter were both represented when Kamara registered his eleventh goal of the season at the Tele2 Arena last week Monday in Sweden.
It is not clear whether the deal will be done in January or next summer but the in-form striker veracity has fetched him to the watchful eyes of top European clubs.
His brace in their defeat against Malmo and his vital goal against his former club AIK stands out amongst the rest.
Alhassan “Crespo” Kamara has enjoyed a fantastic end to the Swedish Allsvenskan Premier League, scoring a hatful of important goals towards the end of the Season.
The Sierra Leone striker is the first player over 15 years to have scored six straight away goals in the Swedish top division.
Kamara 21 has also appeared in the English documentary film “They call me the savour,” that involves young and talented Sierra Leonean players.
The Orebro’s hitman – who was also part of the Sierra Leone squad in the African Cup of nations qualifiers – has hit the back of the net eleven times in the Swedish top flight since coming back from injury.
Kamara talking to Football Sierra Leone, he said: “Am not sure but I read all these from the media in Sweden.
“For me am contracted with Orebro and do not want a move but waiting for better option and a bigger challenge, but I let my agent Patrick Mork take cares of that,
“I scored goals because I have the confidence. The coach and everyone around me believe in me”.