Kenyan prolific striker Michael Olunga has been tearing it up in Japan's top flight league in the past few months. In the just concluded season in Japan, Olunga finished as top scorer of the league and his Kashiwa Reysol club.
The towering Striker, who was named the most valuable player In Japan's league, has been linked with a number of clubs across the world after a sensational season where he scored 28 goals in 32 matches.
According to reliable new site Goal.com, Michael Olunga has jetted to Qatar to sign for his new club Al-Duhail. Kashiwa Reysol has already accepted a lucrative money offer of £7M(Ksh890M) to let their star man depart Japan.
Olunga will be unveiled as Al-Duhail's new player in the coming days. His new club currently sits in position two in Qatar's top flight league with 27 Points after 13 games, 8 points fewer than leaders Al-sadd who are at 35.
Olunga was reportedly earning Ksh 10M a month while in Japan. His new move to money bags Al-Duhail will for sure improve his paycheck.
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