Mutwali is among five players whose contracts with the Kenyan giants expired earlier this month
Former AFC Cheetah goalkeeper Benjamin Ochen has been linked with Uganda Premier League side Vipers SC and the Uganda Revenue Authority.
The AFC Cheetah goalkeeper’s contract expires on Friday, which is why he was not part of the team that beat Bandari FC 2-0 at the Thaka Stadium.
Sources close to the player have indicated that although Ochan has not announced his next move, Uganda’s top powers have expressed interest in signing it.
“Ochan is in no hurry to sign for any club,” the source said the aim. “The reason is that the offers will come anyway as he has done before in his career and especially with the AFC Leopard he speaks for himself.
“Yes, we have learned something about the Vipers and the URA, but they are not the only teams willing to start talks with Ochan. Many of them expect Ochan to talk in the coming days. have been.”
Ochan, Jeff Oemba, Syed Tasma and Claude Snaji are the players whose contracts in the AFC Cheetah expired this month.
The Football Kenya Federation Premier League has not indicated whether it is likely to renew the contract for the players.
The four players are regularly teaming up for the first time and many are looking to see if Ingwe will talk to them about possible new deals or if they will let them go when the transfer window opens. Will take place
The expiration of Oimba and Ochen’s contracts means that Ezekiel Ode is the only goalkeeper left in the 13-time Premier League winning team.
Ochan Kampala came through the Antibi Young Football Academy before signing for the Kids League.
He also played for Denmark’s AGF Arthurs in 2007, before joining the UPL Heavy White Campbell Capital City Authority in 2008.
He returned to Kampala Club in 2015 and stayed until 2018 and also had impressions with Sports Club Villa and Sports Club Victoria University.
For the first time since 2013 against Egypt at the international level, the observer has visited Uganda 17 times.
He was part of the team that competed in the 2014 and 2018 African Nations Championships in South Africa and Morocco, respectively.