Offers flocking to former AFC Leopards striker

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Former Ingwe forward Kepha Aswani is on high demand after being released by the club

Former AFC Leopards striker Kepha Aswani is spoilt for choice after parting ways with Ingwe.

The former Thika United star cut ties with the 13-times KPL champions in January and his table is already full of offers from various clubs. He has confirmed to Goal that there are four topflight teams from Kenya, a club in Zambia and another one in Oman, who are seriously scrambling for his signature.

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However, he is yet to decide on which one to join promising to reveal his next destination once he makes a decision. “I have many offers and I’m taking time to choose the best for me. Four KPL clubs and two others from outside the country are in the list.”

Aswani emerged AFC Leopards’ top scorer in 2016 finishing behind the then Muhoroni Youth striker Wycliffe Ochomo and Ulinzi Stars striker John Mark Makwatta in the race for KPL Golden boot winner.

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