Sky Bet Championship side Bristol City have reportedly agreed a deal with goalkeeper Alhaji Sesay, according to HITC Sport.
He has been training with Lee Johnson’s squad for the past few months.
Having impressed club scouts in games with the youth team at Bristol City, the Ashton Gate team have offered a contract to the 18-year-old African goalkeeper.
Sesay was born in Sierra Leone but came to Europe when he was three, after settling in the Netherlands for the last 15 years he has moved to England in the search to find himself a permanent club – Alhadji Sesay is yet to tie down a contract at any previous club.
Bristol City currently have three goalkeepers in their ranks, Frank Fielding being first choice at the moment, so it would seem Sesay would spend much of his time in the youth set-up at the Robins for the majority of this season.
The Robins face a tricky encounter with Jaap Stam’s high-flying Reading at the Madejski Stadium on Saturday, in a game which Lee Johnson will no doubt be looking to pick up three points.
City fans, what do you make of the young goalkeeper? Can he have a bright future at the club? Let us know in the comments below!