Spanish duo, Celta Vigo and Espanyol are the latest European clubs to be linked with a move for Sierra Leone and Partizan Belgrade midfielder, Mohamed Medo Kamara.
According to report from Tutto Mercato, Medo Kamara has become the new target for the two Spanish clubs, and the 25 years old midfielder could definitely leave the Serbian champions for Spain this winter transfer window.
The player has been heavily linked with a move away from the Hum several times as he has admitted to change environment.
Although the Serbia champions are yet to officially confirm a move of the player, Italian media have speculated that the move to Spain is certain for Kamara.
“Tuttomercatoweb,” reported that the Sierra Leone international has not hide his feelings to play in the Italian Serie A, with both Udinese and Siena on the radar but the website further noted that Celta Vigo and Espanyol are ready to concretize their interest in terms of opening negotiations with the Serbian leaders.
Kamara who joined Partizan in 2010 from Finnish giant HJK Helsinki, has played 79 games for the Hum and has failed to score a single goal in all matches played.
The ongoing transfer saga with the Serbian club has limited the midfielder to just 14 games this season.