Sierra Leone youngster Michael Kargbo has signed a professional undisclosed contract with Swedish Superettan side AFC Eskilstuna.
The 18-year-old striker, who was spotted in Makeni, becomes the latest youngster acquired by the club and will be wearing the clubs 99 jerseys.
“He is a very fast striker, who can also play on the wings,” Talenti Sports Agency added, “The attacker is still developing.”
He has been a brilliant prospect since moving to Sweden and will be the second Sierra Leonean on the club’s roster in recent years.
AFC Eskilstuna relegated from the Swedish Top-flight last season and Kargbo’s compatriots Mohamed Buya Turay was part of the side.
The youngster is expected to be in the AFC side against Falkenberg away in match-day two of the 2018 Swedish Superettan season on Saturday.
Sierra Leone youth nationalteam striker Michael Kargbo sign for swedish superettan team AFC Eskilstuna. 🇨🇭✍🏼🇸🇪⚽️🇸🇱 pic.twitter.com/XyZ9gLh3Gv
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