Liberian striker Mohammed Kessely Kamara has rescinded his contract with German Bundesliga Club SC Paderborn 07 by mutual consent.
Keka as he is affectionately known moved to Paderborn six months ago, joining the Bundesliga club on a dumpster transfer from USA College team University of Los Angeles ( UCLA) in the January Winter transfer.
The 21-year-old attacker has decided to part ways with SC Paderborn by mutual agreement after spending just half season with the German club, scoring eight goals in Seven matches and delivering an assist for the team in the German Amateur oberliga Westfalen, in the feeder side of the Schalke team.
He round- up approximately 16 games with the blues- black outfit for just six months from January to June 2019.
keka was subted as a replacement for Ghanian forward Bernard Tekpetey who just return to Schalke 04, after loan spell with Paderborn.
He is on card of having an inspirational half season with Paderborn and also managed one first team appearance with the Bundesliga outfit ,the former FC Fassell Winger, netted approximately 80 goals in his two and a half year stay with university of Los Angeles ( UCLA) in the United State before joining Paderborn, in a deal value around $300,000.for two – years. And that has been cut Short on termination Clause.
The Liberian Winger dissolved his contract with the newly promoted German Bundesliga side Paderborn SC , this means Sports Club Paderborn 07 and the attacker Mohammed Kamara will now go on separate ways, after vibral agreement.
The 1.84-meter offensive player, who still had a contract until June 30, 2020, agreed to terminate all terms agreement with the club by mutual content. He will now look elsewhere for new home to refresh his glamours career.
“We thank Mohammed for his commitment in Paderborn and wish him all the best for his sporting and personal future,” says managing director Sport Martin Przondziono in a released on the club official website.
Meanwhile , talks have surface that Kamara , would return to the America , but most likely in the Major League Soccer , ” after it emerged recently that he could be on his way to MLS giant Los Angeles Galaxy, perhaps the former young Arsenal of his native Monrovia home growing player could settle for club in German football.