The duo are scheduled make permanent moves, a day after AFC Leopards’ Belgian coach Luc Eymael hit out at the club’s top brass of dilly dallying 'to sign them'
AFC Leopards’ have inched closer to signing Ugandan Dan Wagaluka and Administrative Police striker Michael Khamati.
The duo are scheduled make permanent moves on Thursday, a day after Leopards’ Belgian coach Luc Eymael hit out at the club’s top brass of dilly dallying in having their contracts sealed.
Eymael had told Goal on Wednesday that he will be disappointed should the club miss out on signing Wagaluka and Khamati.
“Wagaluka is held back home in Uganda because he his yet to succeed in securing a release letter. So until now, we have only managed to sign Abdallah Juma, Peter Opiyo and Saddick.
“This is very far from what I had requested the club’s Executive Committee to offer in terms of my transfer targets. Khamati is trying to get his release letter but he doesn’t have it yet,” Eymael said.
But Leopards’ assistant coach Nicholas Muyoti has confirmed that the duo will sign on Thursday.
“We should be done with Wagaluka and Khamati by end of day today (Thursday) because only minor details remain.
“Wagaluka travelled from Uganda on Wednesday and we have given him time off to rest before he can start training. We have also signed Sadik from Benadir.”
AFC Leopards have already acquired the services of Peter Opiyo from Tusker, at a total fee of Sh850, 000 as well as Abdallah Juma from Sofapaka. Paul Were also renewed his contract with the club for a fee of Sh300, 000 same as Mike Barasa and Charles Okwemba.