According to FourFourTwo, the striker who will turn 21-year this April is set to join the Southern Tigers on loan until November 30.
“Only the medical examination remains before Alhaji Kamara is completely ready for Johor Darul Ta’zim FC in Malaysia’s Premier League,” the club website reads.
IFK Norrköping released a statement on its official Facebook page on Tuesday confirming the deal. “There is a risk that we would be losing a very good player, but we received a good offer (from JDT).
From an economic perspective, it was an obvious decision,” club director Magnus Karlsson said.
The former FC Kallon striker was quoted by the club website saying: “I want to thank IFK for this opportunity and I want to extend a special greeting to IFK Norrköping fans for all their support. I would like to wish the team and all the players’ good luck.”
Kamara who played for Belvic United and FC Kallon during his early career in Sierra Leone signed a three-year deal for IFK Norrköping after an earlier spell with Djurgården in 2012. Last season he finished as IFK Norrköping top goal scorer with 10 league goals.