Date: 5th November 2015 at 1:06pm
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Crewe Alexandra are still considering offering terms to trialist defender Zoumana Bakayogo.

“We haven’t made any decisions either way” – Steve Davis

The former Tranmere Rovers and Leicester City left-back hasn’t seen
any action since damaging his anterior cruciate ligament while on loan to Yeovil Town in January 2014.

Bakayogo, 29, was subsequently released by Leicester in the summer but is a one-time Ivory Coast Under-23 international.

“We haven’t made any decisions either way,” manager Steve Davis told BBC Radio Stoke. “He came to us pre-season with a view to us having a look at him, when we were looking for a left-back, before we signed Stephen Kingsley.

“His knee was in poor condition. He’d had a couple of cruciates and had been out for two years,” he admitted. “There were doubts about those injuries and we wanted to take a look at him, but he’s answering those questions at the moment. He wants to get back playing professional football.”

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