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Newcastle United yet to decide future of Liberian international

Liberia young international midfield player , Mohammed Sangare of Newcastle United reserved team Under-21 side in the Premier League 2 Division 2 current contract is set to expire this June, Liberia sportsonline research can confirm.

Sangare born to a Liberian parents in Monrovia ,but move to Britain at the age of 14″, Mohammed Sangare a player from Newcastle U21 .He registered his first goal for Liberia in just his third appearances in the country color , the former Accrington Stanley Midfielder marked a beautiful home debut for the Lonestar with a goal to his name, after coming on as substitute for impressive debutant Hellberg Seth of IK Brage to get a goal for Liberia in a FIFA World Cup qualifier preliminary round.

It can be recalled that Sangare received his first call-up to the Liberia national team in August 2018, for upcoming 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualification matches. He had to withdraw from the squad twice as he was awaiting his UK residence permit to be re-issued, meaning he was unable to travel.
He was recalled by the Liberian senior national team in March 2019.He made his debut for the Liberia national football team on 24 March 2019 in an Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against DR Congo, coming on as a 73rd-minute substitute for Allen Njie.

But Newcastle manager Steve Bruce is yet to find a replacement for Senegalese international Mohammed Diame.

Meanwhile Newcastle are yet to speak on the future of the young international as Sangare will extends his deal with the club.

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