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The Burundian international exclusively revealed to Goal.com, that his agent is finalizing on a potential move to unnamed club in the Gulf this season

Kenyan Premier League (KPL) side AFC Leopards are set to lose utility midfielder Floribert Tambwe Ndayisaba who is closing in on a potential move to the Middle East.

The Burundian international exclusively revealed to Goal.com, that his agent is finalising on a potential move to unnamed club in the Gulf where he is set to undergo trials with an option of signing should he impress.

"I will be leaving the country anytime for the trials. I have interest from a Middle East club. I do not want to reveal their identity for now, but be assured I could be jumping onto the next plane either tomorrow or next week. It can happen any time."

The dread-locked midfielder joined Ingwe in the second leg of last season on a massive $15,000 (about Sh1.3 million) transfer fee but failed to make impact as largely expected.

Prior to joining AFC Leopards, he plied his trade in Azerbaijan with FC Baku where he played alongside Kenyan international and his Leopards teammate Allan Wanga. Thereafter, he joined Fantastique Bujumbura FC before Leopards came calling.

Meanwhile, Western Stima have confirmed the signing of former Gor Mahia and KCB winger Dan Makori who joins the power men on a two year deal after being released by the bankers.

Elsewhere, Mathare United midfielder Elvis Nandwa is close to completing a move to Ulinzi Stars. The players has been training with the army men for the last two days and has impressed coaches and the management.

“He is a very good player and the coach has recommended him to be added to the squad. The coach is the boss of the team hence what he says is taken in high consideration. We are only awaiting his release letter from Mathare then we complete his move,” confirmed Ulinzi Chairman JS Mwinyikai.



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