Dundee Football Club has announced the signing of striker Amadou Bakayoko on a season-long loan from Forest Green Rovers, subject to international clearance.
The 27-year-old Sierra Leonean international is a 6'4" center-forward who has played for a number of clubs in England, including Walsall, Coventry City, and Bolton Wanderers. He has also been capped six times for the Sierra Leone national team.
Bakayoko will be looking to help Dundee FC challenge for the Scottish Premiership title this season. He is a strong and powerful striker with a good eye for goal, and he will add a new dimension to the Dundee attack.
The club's manager, James McPake, said: "We are delighted to welcome Amadou to the club. He is a player we have been tracking for a while, and we are really excited to see what he can do for us. He is a big, strong striker with a good goalscoring record, and he will add a lot to our squad."
Bakayoko said: "I am really excited to be joining Dundee FC. It is a great club with a great history, and I am looking forward to helping the team achieve its goals this season. I am also looking forward to playing in the Scottish Premiership, which is a very competitive league."