Sierra Leone Premier League champions Bo Rangers say their talisman Musa Noah Kamara’s status at the club has not changed.
“The player is a legally contracted player of our club. Kamara is a player of Bo Rangers, and his status has not changed,” the club said in their statement.
Their statement comes days after speculations that their top scorer is heading for South Africa on assessment with Kaizer Chiefs.
Kamara, who helped Rangers with 19 goals to win their first league title in 68 years, was part of the Sierra Leone side during the Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon.
The striker, 21, is a back-to-back golden boot winner – the Rangers striker is the first local star to achieve this milestone. He first won the 2019 Sierra Leone National Premier League with 15 goals with then champions East End Lions.
It was his goal help to revive the Leone Stars to ensure a 2-2 draw against the Ivory Coast in the group stage at the Japoma Stadium.
The South Province outfit became the second team outside the capital, Freetown, to win the Sierra Leone Premier League after Diamond Stars triumphed in 2012 and 2013.
This article has been written by Alie Bittar and first published on footballsierraLeone.net and reproduced by kick442.com as an official media partner.