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Azam want Atudo



Tusker defender Joackins Atudo is a wanted man with Tanzanian side Azam leading the chase for his signature.

The defender had an impressive Cecafa Tusker Cup playing a big role in Kenya’s impressive run to the final.

“Azam have approached me. They have expressed their interest of signing me before their season resumes.”

“Nothing has been finalized yet since negotiations are ongoing. I will be able to give concrete response on the situation in a span of a week,” he told supersport.com.

Azam media officer Patrick Kahemele was present during the tournament but did not mention of their club’s plan.

But earlier on before Coach Stewart Hall who had a month long stint in Kenya had said, “I will try sign two Sofapaka players. I won’t give names. I will also try and bring another Kenyan Premier League player to the club but I won’t mention names.”

If he moves to the Tanzanian outfit, he will becomes the second Kenyan to feature for the side this season after Ibrahim Shikanda who captains the club in the Vodacom Premier League.

It has emerged that Azam are willing to offer Ugandan Joseph Owino in exchange to Tusker as they sought to secure the services of Kenya international.



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