- Minnesota United striker Kei Kamara has not ruled out a Sierra Leone return ahead of Nigeria doubleheader, Football Sierra Leone understands.
- Kamara, 36, scored a brilliant goal against Liberia during the second leg time of the 2022 World Cup qualifier in Freetown last September.
The Major League soccer veteran announced an unexpected retirement on the eve of the African Cup of Nations closed doors 1-1 opener against Lesotho in November 2019.
At the time the fifth all-time MLS top scorer says several factors have influenced his decision, despite family and colleagues tried talking him out of his decision.
But, according to close friends, Kamara is ready to make a U-turn and give his best to the Leone Stars.
The Leone Stars will travel to Nigeria next month to honour matchday three of the African Cup of Nations qualifier before hosting the three-time African Champions in Freetown.
Several reports have indicated that the Nigeria Football Federation has picked Benin City, the Samuel Ogbenudia Stadium as a potential host.
As at the time of this publication, Kei Kamara is unavailable to comments.
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