Sierra Leone coach John Keister is monitoring the situation of Barnet defender David Sesay, Football Sierra Leone understands.
Sesay, who has attracted interest from Kenya since 2019, is also qualified for Sierra Leone via his dad.
The Brent-born came through the Watford FC academy before penning a permanent deal with League Two side Crawley Town in 2018.
Sesay, hailing from a Sierra Leonean father and a Kenyan mother in the UK, is also eligible to play for England.
Two years ago, several reports claimed he was in line to represent Kenya during the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt, but the plan failed to work out.
This medium has confirmed Sesay will be included in the next international friendlies for Sierra Leone ahead of next year’s Cup of Nations in Cameroon, hoping the player to decide his international future in favour of the West African nation.
Sesay, 22, has been a pivotal player since joining the National League side, Barnet.
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