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Wanga angling for Oman move



AFC Leopards striker Allan Wanga could be moving to Oman to Join Fellow Kenyan midfielder Jamal Mohammed at Al Nasr.

Al Nasr have shown Interest in Wanga whom they have been tracking this is according to Al Nasr coach Goheir who intimated to supersport.com.

"Allan Wanga has been on top of my wish list and if all goes well we will have him onboard this January to beef up our striking force," Goheir told supersport.com.

If he joins, he would be join Jamal Mohammed also vouched for the player to move to the Middle East.

"My coach has really been asking about Allan Wanga and I gave him the assurance that he is a striker than can help our team," Jamal told supersport.com.

Wanga is supposed to leave anytime next week to Oman.



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