Sullay Kaikai is delighted with his move to League One side Blackpool on a free transfer after leaving relegated Dutch club, NAC Breda.
He signed on an initial two-year deal, with the option of a further 12 months.
The former Crystal Palace academy player posted on twitter, “Exciting times, thank you for the warm welcome. Looking forward to the season ahead 🙏🏾 #GIG @BlackpoolFC 🍊,”
The 23-three-year old, Sierra Leone native terminated his contract earlier this week following NAC’s relegation from the Dutch Eredivisie.
He made six appearances with the Dutch Eredivisie during his short spell.
“Sullay is an exciting talent with bags of ability,” Tangerines manager Terry McPhillips told the club website.
“He adds pace and power to our attack and hopefully plenty of goals and assists.”
✍️ Sullay Kaikai is a Seasider!!!
📝 Exciting young winger agrees two-year deal, plus 12-month option.
— Blackpool FC (@BlackpoolFC) July 3, 2019
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