Sierra Leone and former Watford midfielder, Alhassan Bangura is in line for a possible short term move to English League One Side; Coventry City after an impressive display on four weeks trials stint with the club.
According to the Coventry telegraph, the 27-year-old had an impressive showing for new boss Tony Mowbray as he completed his assessment of his inherited Coventry squad in a goalless draw with Sheffield Wednesday U-21.
Bangura who has been on trial with the Sky Blues club is said to be available to sign a deal with the club due to the fact that he is a free agent.
“He played some good long balls and some simple short balls so I don’t think he could have done any more given the conditions.”
There’s no coincidence that the defensive midfielder ended up at City because he is well known by the club’s development squad and first team coach Dave Hockaday who was the youth coach at Watford.
Bangura made 16 top flight appearances for the Hornets before joining Blackpool ahead of joining Tony Adams’s Gabala in Azerbaijan.
Recently, he was drafted in by Hockaday when he was manager of Forest Green Rovers, whom he left by mutual consent a year ahead of the end of his contract last August after a difficult time with two serious knee injuries.