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The much traveled forward spent the 2012 league campaign at Ingwe, following a temporary loan arrangement with former Vietnam side

Kenyan international and AFC Leopards striker Allan Wanga reveals he is on the verge of a move to Asia.

The much traveled forward spent the 2012 season at the Kenyan Premier League side, following a temporary loan arrangement between Ingwe and parent club Hoang Ann Gia Lai in Vietnam.

"It is true (the impending move). I have been in contact with Al Nassir. We have virtually agreed everything so I am awaiting the official letter of invitation and visa. Its 90 percent (done deal)," Wanga, who's contract with the Vietnam side has now expired, confirmed to Goal.com.

Wanga who is remembered for scoring a bullet header for Harambee Stars against Nigeria during the 2010 World Cup qualifiers and the winning goal when Kenya beat Togo in Nairobi during the Afcon 2013 qualifiers, has previously turned out for Tusker and Sofapaka in the Kenyan league, as well as securing stints in Angola and Azerbaijan.

Should Wanga - who scored seven league goals last season - finalize this move, he will link up with compatriot Jamal Mohammed who joined Al Nassir six months back. Another Kenyan, Moses Odhiambo also finalized a move to Oman from Gor Mahia last week after penning a deal with Salalah FC.

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