Sierra Leone international striker Musa Kamara has completed his move to Libya Premier League champions Al-Ittihad on a free transfer.

Kamara, 22, has been subject of major transfer speculation over the past 12 months after several impressive seasons in his homeland with Bo Rangers.

He went on to further enhance his reputation at the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon where he scored in the 2-2 thriller against Ivory Coast, one of his two senior international goals since making his debut as a 19-year-old.

Kaizer Chiefs were among the potential suitors when he stated his contract was set to expire, but Rangers disputed it and refused to allow him to have an assessment at Naturena during the off-season.

Kamara then went AWOL as he looked to force a move and in the process, he agreed terms in principle with the Libyan giants who will be competing in the CAF Champions League this season.

The record 18-time league champions have now confirmed his move on their official social media channels as one of their marquee arrivals ahead of the new season.

– iDiski times


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