Sofapaka forward Bob Mugalia is ready to walk-out on the former Tusker Premier League Champions at the end of the season after the expiry of his contract.
Mugalia’s contract is due to expire on December 31 2012, but the Harambee Stars forward has admitted that he could be leaving at the end of the season.
The Congolese born striker, who changed his citizenship to Kenyan, has enjoyed a reasonably impressive four year spell at Batoto Ba Mungu; winning the Tusker Premier League title on debut in 2009 and a Domestic Cup the following year.
-I don't know what will be after this season, but it will depend with what they [Sofapaka] offer me. However, my future is still undecided and the chances of renewing the contract are very slim, said Mugalia to futaa.com.
-I have already received a couple of offers from top clubs, but as a professional footballer I am still concentrating on the remaining league and cup fixtures.
-I have enjoyed my stay at Sofapaka and it will always remain my favourite club. They have helped me grow and develop to the player I am today, he added.
Mugalia becomes the second player to hint that he may leave the club after Abdulatif Achkobe Omar announced his decision of not renewing his contract a few days ago.