With less than a month to expiry of his contract at Wazito FC, Harambee Stars midfielder Musa Wanyama Masika has declined a new contract offer from Wazito FC.Musa who is the younger brother to Harambee Stars speedy winger Ayub Masika Timbe is currently being linked with a move to either Sweden or Belgium after the end of his contract.
Musa has been at Wazito since 2019 and has received call ups to the national team Harambee Stars on various occasions which is a big move for him as he is only 21 years old.His brother Ayub is currently unattached but he has played in Belgium with some big clubs like Genk and Standard lierge a while back.
Wazito FC is one of the clubs which are known for good player salaries and so for a player to decline a contract with them then there must be a good deal cooking.Where do you think Musa Masika may end up in? Feel free to share your views on the comment section and remember to share and follow for more news.
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