Saturday Jun 20, 2020. 13:00
Kenyan defender Musa Mohammed says he is close to extending his stay with Zambian giants Nkana FC.
The 29-year-old Harambee Stars player is out of contract after his two-year deal lapsed at the beginning of June, but he is keen on staying in Kitwe with the Red Devils.
“I could renew my deal at Nkana,” Mohammed is quoted by the Nairobi News. “I have enjoyed my stay at Nkana and even though we did not win titles over there, we had some great success especially in the continental matches.
“Life in Zambia and Kenya is almost the same and the club is professionally run. Other clubs have shown interest in my services and we have had some negotiations. I have an elaborate decision to make on the way forward. I hope to have some news soon.”
Mohammed had previously revealed to Goal that Tanzania’s Young Africans are one of the teams interested in his services.
“Yanga are still negotiating with my agent and so we can just wait and see how the talks will proceed. It is just my hope everything will turn positive,” he stated.