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Football | Kenya

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City Stars ready for Kingatua talks



Kenyan Premier League side Nairobi City Stars appear open to selling key midfielder David Kingatua, who has been on Thika United’s radar since the close of the 2012 domestic season.

City Stars chairman Peter Jabuya has revealed his club will not stand in the player’s way if he wants to make the switch.

“Nothing is impossible in this business,” said Jabuya.

“I know all will be fine. I told them we will talk about it as from today because we could not do any business while the team is in recess. So at the moment I am back in office and waiting for their call, that is if they still need the player; we are ready to open talks,” he added.

“However, they should know that the player has a running contract with Nairobi City Stars and he is a young player who has served the team for some years now and we really value him. If the player is willing to jump ship to Thika we will not stand in his way but if he wants to stay his place will always be there,” concluded Jabuya.

Kingatua has indicated that he is keen to move to Thika.



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