The former FKF Premier League champions had expressed interest in Winger but were betrayed by his financial situation.
Vasito FC is close to hiring Kenya’s international clique, Nyakiya, a free agent.
The Harmby star has been immediately targeted by former football Kenya Federation Premier League champions Gore. the aim. Understandably, the attacker has failed to guarantee that his financial demands will be met on a permanent basis.
On this occasion, the allegations of Francis Kamanzi succeeded in convincing the Kenyan winger to join them.
What has been said?
Sources close to the player and the club said that Nyakiya and Vasito have agreed on most things and the deal will be unveiled soon. the aim. on Tuesday.
“It was an easy choice for Nikki because she worked with Kamanzi at Maitreya United. They understand each other and are ready to meet again.
“Vasito is vying for his first league title next season, Nyakiya has been seen by the technical bench as a key player and that is why he is coming on board.”
Nyakiya is currently an independent agent following the termination of his contract with FC Misr. The winger served him for two seasons and was one of his key players, but his relegation to the Egyptian second tier contributed to his exit.
Who left Wazito?
Meanwhile, the team has confirmed the departure of four players before the next campaign.
Read a part of the club’s statement, “We can confirm the following players’ contracts expiring / leaving the club by mutual consent.”
“We would like to thank him for his services to the club and wish him all the best for the future.”
All four players were signed at the start of last season in hopes of helping the team win the top flight title, but Visito performed disappointingly in the campaign as he finished ninth on the 18-team table with 45 points. ۔
The move comes just days after FIFA lifted a ban on the club following violations of transfer rules.
Ocheng has since joined the Ethiopian organization Arba Manch Kenima. Another center-back, John Stone Omrova, is conducting trials with the South African organization Mertzburg United.