Former Hapoel Haifa midfielder, Kwame Quee has refuted rumours claiming that he has recently signed a short-term contract with local club, FC Kallon.
“I am still a free player and I haven’t sign for any club yet both national and international,” Quee said.
SLPL Updates also reported that the midfielder is training personally while searching for his next adventure.
Reports making the rounds on social media suggested that Quee together with for Leone Stars captain, Umaru Bangura have both signed a short-term contract with the Cavaliers.
The 26-year-old is currently a free agent after Israeli club, Hapoel Haifa terminated his contract by mutual consent last year. Quee featured over 15 times for the Israeli top tier league club after signing from Saudi club Najran.
Quee was a regular in the Sierra Leone national team and was featured a couple of times in the Leone Stars squad in the 2021 AfCON in Cameroon.
The midfielder is well-known for inspiring the Leone Stars secure a memorable comeback against Nigeria in an AfCON Qualifiers
Quee opened the scoring in the first half inspiring his team secure 4-4 draw after falling behind by 4 goals to nil.