The exodus to the Far East is set to continue as another Tusker Premier League player has been invited for trials in Vietnam.
Western Stima forward Francis Chinjili is expected to leave the country anytime from now to train with a Vietnam top tier professional league side.
The former AFC Leopards striker, who rejoined the Power-men on a one year contract deal in the June season transfer window, has failed to establish himself in the team as he’s mostly been starting from the bench for the Kakamega based side.
Revealing the news to futaa.com, Chairman Laban Jobita said that the player has already been contacted by a Vietnamese Club.
-I am fully aware that the players (Chinjili) should be leaving for Vietnam anytime from now. He’s been invited for trials and as a club we wish him all the best, he said.
Apart from the burly striker, former Stima defender Alex Kamo is said to be already in Vietnam for trials.
According to Coach Henry Omino, they’ve been planning to re-sign the Liberian import who left the country on Friday 5 October.
-We were in the process of re-signing him before he left on Friday. He’s been training with us preparing for the new season, said Omino.
Some of Kenya’s prominent footballers who have previously plied their trade in Asia include on-loan AFC Leopards striker Allan Wanga, Boniface Ambani and Sammy Pamzo Omollo.