After completing a move to Swedish giants AIK from kenyan outfits AFC Leopards, Kenya national team defender Collins Sinchenje has been working on his travel documents so as to link up with the club as soon as possible.Current updates indicate that Sinchenje is already in Sweden after sorting his ITC and work permit issues.Sinchenje had rejoined with AFC Leopards in February 2022 after his move to Greece giants PAOK Thessaloniki failed to materialize.This move to AIK Fotboll means that he will play alongside his Kenyan counterparts who include the duo of Erick Otieno Ouma and Henry Meja.
This is a big move for the 18 years old Kakamega High School alumni as he has joined the list of the few Kenyan footballers who moved to top European clubs in their teenage years.
With AIK set to play against Sirius in their next league match which is scheduled for Saturday May 21, do you think they might end up handing Sinchenje a debut on that matchday? Feel free to share your views on the comment section and remember to share and follow for more news.
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