Reliable information indicates midfielder Ronald Musana is on the verge of completing a return to the Kenya Premier league.
According to a source who preferred anonymity revealed to Chimpsport that the midfielder who had a short stint at KCCA FC during the first round of the 2016/17 Uganda Premier League is close to joining Nakumatt FC in Kenya.
“He has two offers at the moment, viagra 60mg http://cnafinance.com/wp-content/themes/newspaper/includes/wp_booster/td_block.php one from Nakumatt and the other from AFC Leopards,” he said.
” The Nakumatt deal is almost complete with both the player and club in advance talks but Leopards have also joined the race,” intimated the source.
Musana who joined champions KCCA on a 6 month deal from Tusker FC is a free agent after negotiations for a new deal at the Lugogo based side fell through.
The winger who was in most cases employed as a makeshift right back by coach Mike Mutebi wanted an improved offer from KCCA which the club management was not willing to meet and he decided to move on.
Nakumatt were promoted to the Kenyan Premier league for the 2017 season after Federation of Kenyan Football (FKF) relegated three teams (Muhoroni Youth, Thika United and Sofapaka) for failure to meet the club licensing requirements.
The shoppers have already started to prepare for the new season including signing striker Kepha Aswani from Leopards despite a pending appeal by the demoted team.
Musana has previously played for Western Stima,KCB and Tusker in the Kenyan premier league. He also played for SC Villa,Water Kiira Young and the Saints in Uganda before moving to Kenya.