AFC Leopards are now after the signatures of their former players Makwatta, Miheso and Otieno.
Yesterday, AFC Leopards managed to raise a substantial amount - 8 million - of the monies owed to their former players and coach (Rwandese trio of midfielder Vincent Habamahoro, Bandari coach Andre Cassa Mbungo, defender Soter Kayumba and Burundian midfielder Tressor Ndikumana). The club has now focused on a rebuilding process and are eyeing three of their former players.
AFC Leopards will now have their transfer ban lifted allowing them to make signings. Top on the list is former Gor Mahia midfielder Clifton Miheso who played for AFC Leopards in 2016. Miheso is set to replace Harrison Mwendwa who left the club for Zambian side, Kabwe Warriors.
John Makwatta who has been training with the team for the past weeks is also Chingwe's target. The player left AFC Leopards for Zambian side Zesco United in 2020.
Their former captain Duncan Otieno who ditched Zambian side Lusaka Dynamos recently is also set to make a comeback to the club.
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