After weeks of negotiations, AFC Leopards have completed the signing of midfielder Victor Majid from Chemelil Sugar.
The Kenyan international emerged as a prime transfer target for Ingwe recently, and having been in talks with the 12 time Kenyan champions side since the beginning of the transfer window a deal has now been struck.
Chemelil had initially wanted Ksh 500,000 for the 25-year-old, but it seems that a compromise has been agreed.
It turns out they were very advanced, and the player is now due to travel to Nairobi to finalize the deal.
Majid, known for his hard tackling and precise passing will be Ingwe’s fourth capture this transfer window after they signed Keziron Kizito, Alexis Kitenge and Mussa Mudde last week.
Kitenge’s signing is still up in the wind after it emerged that he still has a deal with Altetico Football club. The two sides are still locked up in negotiations. The club is also keen to resigning former point man Kepha Aswani from Nakumatt, just six months after ditching the club for Nakumatt FC. Fourfourtwomedia can confirm that talks have already taken place and a deal will be announced any time this week. Leopards who are eyeing a top 8 finish in the league are also eyeing a loan move for Tusker foward Michael Khamati. It is believed that incoming coach Tom Juma wants to reunite with Khamati, whom he worked with at National Super League side (NSL) Administration Police FC.
Meanwhile Ingwe have confirmed that striker Mungai Kiongera will leave the club after talks of renewing his contract stalled. Captain Bernard Mang’oli is meanwhile talking to the club to have his contract extended.