Harambee Stars player Mohammed aiming to remain at Zambian club
For now I am not sure where I will play next season.
Harambee Stars football player Musa Mohammed on Wednesday hinted he is hoping to remain at Zambian side Nkana next season.
Mohammed told Kenyan publication Daily Nation: “For now I am not sure where I will play next season. I will be travelling to Zambia next week to negotiate a new contract with Nkana, but I am not sure whether we will reach an agreement or not,” said Mohammed.
“I had planned to join Sofapaka, but we also didn’t agree on contractual terms. If Nkana will give me a new contract then I will continue playing for them, but if that doesn’t materialise then I will come back and decide on the way forward,” he said.
The 29-year-old Kenyan was on the radar of Kenyan outfit Sofapaka, according to its chairman Elly Kalekwa, but negotiations did not progress from the initial stages.
“Yes I wanted him to sign for us but we didn’t agree and we left it at that,” said Kalekwa.
We have started the process of negotiations with players we are interested in and we will declare them publicly as our players after signing them.”
Despite 28 players and staff testing positive for Covid-19 before their clashes, the Zambian Soccer League resumed this past weekend.
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