Salim Ali was relieved of his duties at the 2009 Kenyan Premier League (KPL) champions Sofapaka on Tuesday 21 August but three days later he is already being sought within and outside the country.
The former Mathare United player and coach parted ways with the Nairobi side after the barren draw with Nairobi City Stars in the two sides KPL encounter and speaking to futaa.com, he revealed that he already has three offers in place.
He, however, said he will be taking some time off to concentrate on more pressing issues before sieving through the offers for the best fitting.
-I have a few offers in place already though I am not keen on moving at the moment, I want to take some time off. They are about three good ones both here and outside the country but there are some pressing issues that I look to handle first; like my studies (UEFA A License).
-Afterwards I will settle for the best among them, so it is a matter of time before I make known my next move, he said.
The coach, who served in the national team as an assistant to Zedekiah Otieno, has also been linked with a return to the national team.