FKF Premier League side AFC Leopards are keen on signing former Kariobangi Sharks defender John Kuol after they managed to raise funds that will enable them have the transfer ban imposed o the club lifted.
AFC Leopards' fundraiser saw them collect over 8 Million which will enable them pay their former coach and players the monies they owed them which will lead to the transfer ban being lifted.
The team is now focused on rebuilding to replace the lost players with John Kuol among the players set to move to the former champions.
The South Sudanese defender ended his three-year stay with Kariobangi Sharks at the end of last season and he could be set for a move to rebuilding 12-time champions.
AFC Leopards lost a number of players due to financial challenges. Elvis Rupia left for Saudi Arabia, Harrison Mwendwa to Kabwe Warriors of Zambia, Hansel Ochieng and Tsuma Said to Sofapaka, Benjamin Ochan rejoined with KCCA, Yusuf Mainge to Gor Mahia and Robinson Kamura who moved to KCB.
Players linked with a move to Ingwe include Duncan Otieno, Clifton Miheso, and John Makwatta.
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