England League Two side Crawley Town has tied Harambee Stars prospect David Sesay to a new one year deal.
Sesay’s association with Crawley was set to come to end this season that has since been cancelled but according to the club in a statement, the player will be with them for another year.
The statement stated: “Crawley Town Football Club are delighted to announce that they have triggered the options of three key squad players. Ashley Nathaniel-George will remain at the club for a further two-years whilst Josh Doherty and David Sesay have also extended their contracts for another year.
Technical Director and Chairman’s Advisor Erdem Konyar said: “We are pleased to trigger the options on the players. All three of them have evolved and developed into the Crawley first team over the past two years.”
“Further contract announcements will follow within the coming weeks.”
Sesay had been contacted by former Harambee Stars head coach Sebastien Migne ahead of the nation’s 2019 African Cup of Nations campaign but he didn’t make himself available in what he said was a delay with his passport.
Apart from problems with his documents, the highly-rated defender was helping his team avoid relegation but has since expressed his availability for the national team should he be needed.