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Tusker targets Villa midfielder



Tusker Premier League defending champions Tusker are said to be after the services of SC Villa midfielder Arthur Semazzi who will be joining the alemen at the end of the season.

Also on Tusker's radar is former Sofapaka and Simba man defensive midfielder Mussa Mudde who is yet to respond to their approach.

Tusker official Charles Obiny intimated to supersport.com that they were angling good players since their target was to win the league as early as the first leg next season.

"We have been able to talk to Semazzi and he is the quality that the coach needs next season> he has agreed on our terms as we wait for his arrival at the end of the season."

"We have an ambitious project at Tusker as we intend to sign four foreign players to boast our chances next season and help strengthen the team," Obiny added.

Meanwhile Obiny and coach Robert Matano will be travelling to Uganda for one week during the Cecafa Senior Challenge Cup where they will be seeking to recruit more players from the pool of talented exhibited at the annual tourney.



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