According to his agent Innocent Okeke, the new coaching staff is prepared to sell the utility player even though they see him as a big part of their future plans, but the problem is that, he still didn’t have a fixed position in the team.
“Djurgarden want to invest in Kebba” Innocent Okeke to the Swedish press. He is part of Djurgarden’s future plans. They think highly of him. The problem for Kebba has been that he was thrown around in so many different places.”
Ceesay’s season has been tumultuous. Having started as a central defender, he was sensational tried as a striker for several games in the autumn. But having played 22 games of a 30 games season from the start, it shows that, Kebba was one of Djurgarden’s key players during the season as the crisis passed away.
This will come as a good news to the English League Two side Notts County to make an effort to sign the 22 year old who had a one week trial with them in November, “but, it’s a long time since we heard anything from them” Okeke said.
“The last time we heard from them was a call from Tord Grip [the Notts County chief scout] to Kebba when he was still in England. The ball is in their court, but, if their interest still exists, they still have to agree with Djurgarden.
Ceesay only has one year remaining in his Djurgarden contract and the team will not be prepared to leave him on a bosman free transfer at the end of the season so a move away from the Stockholm Stadium looks more likely.