Musa Mohammed, once a Gor Mahia and Harambee Stars captain, is back home as a free agent after leaving his Zambian side, Lusaka Dynamos. Many would imagine Mohammed was going to find his way back to Gor Mahia, but that has not been the case. Instead, Mohammed is being linked with a switch to AFC Leopards. According to Mozzart Sports, AFC Leopards are currently in talks with Mohammed's representatives, and the talks are fruitful.
It is no secret that the AFC Leopards have been depleted in terms of both numbers and talent following the departure of some of their more experienced players.Thus, the acquisition of a player with vast experience like Musa Mohammed, who has won both the Kenyan Premier League and the Zambian Super League, will be a big plus to Coach Aussems' dream of lifting the FKFPL.
Apart from the move for Musa Mohammed, AFC Leopards are also keen on reinforcing their defence with the signing of former Kariobangi Sharks defender John Kuol and also by signing former Vihiga United goalkeeper Morgan Alube.
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