Víkingur Reykjavik have signed Breiðablik attacker Kwame Quee for the rest of the season. The club is one of the oldest sports clubs in Iceland presently competing in the Pepsi Deildin League.
The 22-year-old faced with huge competition and not been able to get regular action with the Icelandic top-tier side Breiðablik since joining the club on a two-year deal in February.
The Sierra Leone international prior to his Breiðablik move spent the last two season at Víkingur Ólafsvík in Iceland where he scored 17 goals.
“Víkingur has borrowed the winger Kwame Quee for the period from Breiðablik. Viking’s football department welcomes Kwame to the club,” the club said in a statement.
He has had spells with Doutcher United, where he started his career, Sierra Rangers, Papa jack FC before joining FC Johansen in 2009.
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Víkingur hefur fengið vængmanninn Kwame Quee að láni út tímabilið frá Breiðablik. Knattspyrnudeild Víkings býður Kwame velkominn í félagið. pic.twitter.com/ki2pMzHS2s
— Víkingur FC (@vikingurfc) June 29, 2019