Forgot Password

 

Register

 

Create your Connect ID

This will allow you to login to all DStv websites & applications




or
Login using
x

Email Reset

 




Loading...
Loading Live Scoring...
*All times CAT (GMT+2)

Football | Kenya

Floribert Ndayisaba @ SS com

Leopards duo off to Al Nasr



AFC Leopards duo of Allan Wanga and Floribert Ndayisaba are set to depart the country on Wednesday for talks with top Oman side Al Nasr.

Al Nasr have been monitoring the players are hoping to sign the striker and midfielder to bolster their squad ahead of the new season.

Wanga and Ndayisaba will depart the country on Wednesday to Oman aboard 1pm flight. Wanga's contract expired in December at Leopards and he is yet to renew it while Ndayisaba is still tied to the club.

The duo have been in high spirits told supersport.com that they were happy to get interest from top teams.

''Every player’s dream is to make it to the professional ranks and since Al Nasr has showed interest in me I have to go and listen to their offer and after that we decide on the next course of action," Wanga told supersport.com.

Ndayisaba joined Leopards in the second leg last season and has been playing sparringly since joining the den.

Al Nasr is home to another Kenyan midfielder Jamal Mohammed who has impressed since joining last season.

Shop

Gerrard: My Autobiography
Steven Gerrard is a hero to millions, not only as the inspirational captain of Liverpool FC, but as a key member of the England team.
R152.00
Rafa: My Story
Revelatory memoir from the greatest sportsman in the world today.
R182.00
FIFA 14
Xbox 360
R549.00
Mitre Ultimatch Soccer Ball - White
A high quality football, offering high performance at both training and during football matches.
R252.00


Comments

More expert analysis and opinion from Sport24
The opinions expressed by Sport24 experts and bloggers are theirs alone, and do not necessarily represent those of SuperSport

Sports Talk



John Dykes
Copa BPL is the way to go
Monday night’s game at the KC Stadium provided another reminder that 2014/2015 could well turn out...

Gary Al-Smith
What Appiah's axing say about Africans
Ghana boss Kwesi Appiah knew he would be sacked. He did not expect it to be so messy though.

Claudia Ekai
How the mighty fell
African football history tells many stories of the rise and fall of stars that once had the world...

Calvin Emeka Onwuka
Nigerian football farce
Anyone in Africa who follows football is aware of the farce that has been going on in the football...

Emeka Enyadike
Shakes, Big Boss and Cape of Good Hope
When South Africa and Nigeria meet tonight in Cape Town, one word will dominate the thoughts of...

Neil Tovey
The value of Vilakazi
With Sibusiso Vilakazi having coming off the bench to score a brace for Bafana Bafana against...