Leone Stars forward, Mustapha Bundu has participated in his first training session with his new club Plymouth Argyle Football Club.
The 26-year-old forward joined the Pilgrims on a permanent deal from Belgian top-flight side Anderlecht, on a two-year contract.
The forward made his international breakthrough with a move to Danish side AGF Aarhus, for whom he played over 100 games. In 2019, he scored ten times as AGF finished third in the Danish top division, with Mustapha picking up a player of the month award along the way.
In 2020, Bundu signed for Belgian giants Anderlecht, in a deal that set AGF’s club record. He has since headed out on loan spells to Copenhagen, back to AGF and, last season, with Andorra in the Spanish Segunda Division.
Argyle Manager, Steven Schumacher, said: “I am thrilled that we have managed to bring Mustapha to the club.
“He is someone we have been tracking for a while and will bring different qualities to our forward line.
Bundu goal scoring prowess has proved very instrumental for the Sierra Leone national male football team in the AFCON qualifiers. Sierra Leonean fans hopes that the new striker will sharpen his goal scoring skills at Plymouth.