Wolves looking to snap up Kamara

Published On 30/09/2014 | By Solace Chukwu | Africa, Best of the Rest, Championship, Europe, Latest News, Top Stories, Transfers

Sierra Leone striker Kei Kamara is on the verge of joining Championship side Wolves.

He has been on trial with the club since his release by Middlesbrough this summer.

The Molineux outfit are now seeking to acquire a work permit for Kamara, who turned 30 this September. He has featured in the minimum required 70 per cent of games for Sierra Leone over the last two years, making him eligible to receive a work permit.

Wolves’ boss Kenny Jackett spoke highly of his qualities. “He has a lot of pace and power, good heading ability, and even as an impact substitute we feel he can make a difference,” he told The Wolverhampton Express.

“We need to know whether he’s somebody we can go for because if we can’t get a work permit, it’s not worth pursuing.”
Kamara notched four goals in 25 games for Middlesbrough last term.



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