Juma, who finished the season with 17 goals in the just ended league and six in the GOtv Shield, says he will join a ‘bigger’ club if he were to leave Kariobangi Sharks.
“If I were to move (away) from Sharks, it won't be to join AFC Leopards or Gor Mahia. It will be to join a bigger team,” Juma, who is linked with a move to Sweden, was quoted by Nairobi News.
Juma added another page on his impressive CV when he scored Harambee Stars and Cecafa Senior Challenge Cup first goal of the tournament in Kenya’s 2-0 win over Rwanda on Sunday.
“I can't tell where I’ll be next year because I still have a contract with Sharks.”
With several KPL top scorers in the previous editions moving to foreign leagues in the subsequent season, it remains to be seen whether Masoud (Juma), who held two trials outside the country last season, will remain at Sharks next year.