Sierra Leone Premier League side Luawa FC have officially made a bid for Al-Ittihad’s Musa Tombo Kamara just as the new season approaches. This development comes prior to Al-Ittihad issuing a deadline of Thursday, August 31, 2023, for Kamara to rejoin their squad or potentially face sanctions, including FIFA’s involvement.
The football world is abuzz with the unfolding drama of this transfer saga. Luawa FC wasted no time and, right on the deadline day, they presented an offer to Al-Ittihad for Kamara. This move underscores Luawa FC’s determination to secure this talented player for their squad.
Kamara’s journey to this point has been quite a story. He arrived in Tripoli on September 5, 2022, and promptly signed a two-year contract with Al-Ittihad, the reigning champions of Libya. However, Kamara soon expressed his desire to leave the club, citing security concerns as his primary reason.
As this transfer saga continues to develop, numerous questions linger. Will Al-Ittihad accept Luawa FC’s offer? How might FIFA step in if this dispute escalates further? And what implications could this transfer hold for Musa Tombo Kamara’s career?