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Wanga confirms Al-Nasr offer



AFC Leopards striker Allan Wanga has received an offer to join Omani football club Al-Nasr.

Wanga jetted into the country at the beginning of the season to join the Leopards on a eight-month loan deal from Vietnamese side Hoang Anh Gia Lai (HAGL).

He later extended his stay with team to the end of the year, on agreement with his parent club, HAGL. In the 2012 season, he impressed in the first leg and early parts of the second leg, netting a total of seven goals, before an ankle injury kept him out of action.

Confirming the Al-Nasr offer, Wanga said that it was good to look at, but also noted that he has to take some time to study the offers on his plate before making a decision.

“I still have six months on my contract with HAGL and I also have been given the option or renewal with AFC. I have to look at all these offers amongst other factors before making up my mind,” said Wanga.

Wanga, 25, started his senior career with Tusker FC, before joining Angolan side Petro Atletico. He later played for Azerbaijani side FC Baku and later crossed over to HAGL.

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