Most European clubs are busy completing transfers ahead of the new season that is set to begin in August. Another Kenyan has made the headlines with his arrival to Greece set to be announced by his new club PAOK FC.
According to Mozart Sports, AFC Leopards midfielder Collins Shichenje will be signing a long term contract with the Greek Champions this coming week. The youngster did not join Stanley Okumbi's Emerging Stars that are in the camp for the upcoming Cecafa U23 tournament in Ethiopia.
PAOK FC finished fourth in the Greek Super League competition and they have already made big signings that include former Manchester United star, Shinji Kagawa. Others are Panigiotis Tzimas and Nelson Oliviera.
It will be a great learning curve for the 21-year-old who will be penning down a 2-year contract for the Lucescu Razvan coached side ahead of the new season. He will have to battle for the position with other experienced midfielders like Vieirinha and Alves.
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