Kenyan superstar Michael Olunga's dream to play in the European football has been put on hold for sometimes as confirmed by renowned sports journalist Fabrizio Romano.
The Kenyan captain has been linked with a move to Turkish heavyweights Fernabache Istanbul since the beginning of February this year.
However, we must not be forgotten that Olunga's move to the Turkish outfits depended heavily on the manager who the club could land on.
And Harambee stars former manager Engine Firat was amongst the managers who were on Fernabache's radar to take the managerial role at the club.
It was therefore safe to say that having worked with Olunga in the national team, Firat could have taken with him Olunga to Fernabache if at all he had won the job.
The latest reports by Fabrizio shows clearly why this dream could be hanging by a string. On his Facebook page, Fabrizio says Fernabache have finally landed their manager and yet to and the manager is in flying to Istanbul to sign a contract.
According Fabrizio, Jorge Jesus has been named Fernabache's next new manager and will take charge of the club from next season.
This therefore means that Olunga's move to Fernabache that depended on Firat's appointment will not go through as majority of Kenyan fans hoped.
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