Former AFC Leopards winger Clifton Miheso is closing in on a move to Zambian Premier League side Buildcon.
The winger ‘forcefully’ parted ways with South African club Golden Arrows in January and he has moved on to strike a reportedly better deal in Zambia.
NairobiNews reports that the player has already left Kenya for Ndola, where he and his agent George Bwana are expected to seal the deal by latest Thursday. “We have agreed on almost everything but nothing is signed as yet. I am heading there to play football, something I love, while also looking for a fresh start,” Miheso said.
He hit headlines at the time of his contract termination with Arrows after it was reported that he signed the document at gunpoint. South Africa’s players union moved to picket in front of Fifa President Gianni Infantino in protest of the manner in which he was dismissed.
Former Gor Mahia midfielder Victor Ali Abondo is also headed to Zambia, and if the deals succeed, the number of Kenyans in the country will rise to five following the presence of Anthony Akumu, Jesse Were and David Owino at Zesco United.