Leone Stars Forward, Mustapha Bundu has joined championship side Plymouth Argyle Football Side on a two-year deal from Anderlecht.

Bundu’s football journey began at Craig Bellamy’s Football Academy in Freetown and included spells with Hereford, AGF Aarhus and latterly Anderlecht.

Argyle manager Steven Schumacher told the club website: “I am thrilled – we have been tracking him for a while.”

After playing at the academy set-up by the former Wales striker in his home city of Freetown, the capital of Sierra Leone, Bundu enrolled at Hartpury College near Gloucester in 2015. He scored twice playing for Newquay and then netted 26 goals in a promotion-season with Hereford in the Midland League.

Work restrictions meant he was unable to play at a higher level and Bundu joined Danish side AGF, playing more than 100 games and scoring 10 goals as they finished third in the top flight for the first time in 2019 before a club-record move to Brussels the following year and then loan spells with Copenhagen and Andorra.

Manager Schumacher  reveals that Bundu will bring different qualities to their  forward line. He described him as a full international and  joins them from one of the biggest clubs in Belgium.

”He’s also experienced England, and specifically the South West before, so he will settle quickly and we look forward to seeing him run out at Home Park for the first time.” Schumacher stated.

The said deal is subject to international clearance and the approval of a work visa.