The 25-year-old who recently recovered from a knee injury had a two weeks workout with the Swedish giant before finally putting pen to paper last Friday.
The new deal will see the former Celtic and Istanbul BB forward put on the 23 jersey after playing with both 20 (2010-11), and 75 (2012) jersey’s in previous spells.
“I am very pleased to have the opportunity to return to AIK again. I have realized that I made many AIK supporters sad when I went on loan from Celtic to Elfsborg and it hurt to see AIK supporters in such sad mood. I've gotten a little older and a little wiser, and therefore I have signed a contract with AIK again. My main focus now is to put all my effort to prepare myself and the team to win titles with AIK,” Bangura told journalist at his official unveiling ceremony last Friday.
He said: “AIK has recruited a player who has qualities that make a difference in the top half of the table where we want to compete. AIK has recruited a player who clearly shows that he is aware of what the club he comes to wants and demands. Seeing Mohamed Bangura play football is beautiful and historically it has been at its most beautiful in the AIK-Shirt. Mohamed's determination and insight into the process that led us to this Agreement, together with the coaches’ ambition and plan have made the decision logical to conclude.”
‘Poborsky’ Bangura first joined AIK from IFK Varnamo-Division 1 South in July 2010 after an impressive display scoring 12 goals in 13 games played, he quickly developed into a classy player. He scored his first goal for AIK came on August 8 at home against IF Brommapojkarna (2-1) and his goal gave the lead in that match.
He later joined Celtic FC and made his debut on September 10, 2011 against Motherwell FC at home at Celtic Park. After few months in Glasgow he suffered a knee injury that kept him out for the rest of the season and the lack of playing time saw Celtic loan him out to AIK on August 28, 2012.
In January 2013 he joined IF Elfsborg on loan from Celtic again scoring seven goals in 35 competitive matches he played.
On 31 January 2014 he left Celtic with mutual consent before joining İstanbul Başakşehir FK in the Turkish second division league few days later. In Turkey he scored a goal from eight matches before he left the club after helping them gain promotion.