Kenyan footballers abroad have recently been on the move across different teams.So far, some of the kenyan players who have secured moves include Johanna Omollo, Philip Mwene, Jonah Ayunga,Abud Omar among many others.
As we celebrate these notable moves current reports indicate that Harambee Stars speedy winger Ayub Masika Timbe has parted ways with his Japanese J1 league club Vissel Kobe.Timbe through his facebook page indicated that the reason behind the choice is family reasons and lack of enough playing time.
Timbe joined Vissel Kobe in March 2020 after staying for over five months without a club after partying ways with his then Chinese club Beijing Renhe.Timbe was involved in less than Kobe's 20 matches scoring two goals in those few months at the club.
Timbe who initially played for Genk and standard lierge in Belgium will be unattached as Kenya is heading into tough FIFA World qualifiers in early September.
Do you think Timbe might be on the move to Europe before the closure of this summer transfer window? Feel free to share your views on the comment section and remember to share and follow for more news.
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