Transferred in January 2018 to Salzburg from Malian club AS Real Bamako and after winning the U17 Africa Cup of Nations with Mali in 2017, Camara was first loaned to club FC Liefering, in Austrian second division.
The following season, he was loaned to TSV Hartberg (Austrian 1st division), before fully blossoming at RB Salzburg from the 2019-2020 season. The defensive midfielder played 79 games there, including fifteen in the Champions League, and won three consecutive national titles.
Having become a Malian international (15 caps) after winning the U20 Africa Cup of Nations, the 22-year-old midfielder is expanding the axis of the Monegasque midfielder, where the departure of Aurélien Tchouameni to Real Madrid has left a great impression. see.
According to various internal sources at the club, the amount of the transfers is 15 million euros, which the club will pay in installments over the duration of the five-year contract.
After striker Takumi Minamino, who came from Liverpool for 15 million euros, striker Breel Embolo, from Borussia Mönchengladbach for 12.5 million euros, goalkeeper Thomas Didillon, on loan from Cercle Bruges and defender Malang Sarr , loaned by Chelsea for 0.75 million euros with an option to buy, Camara is the fifth Monegasque recruit in the summer transfer window.