Kenyan striker Allan [Wetende] Wanga could be headed home soon.
The striker currently based in Vietnam and turning out for Vietnamese money bags HAGL is not certain of turning out for the club for the upcoming season from what has been termed as a ‘differences between his agent and the club’
Talking to futaa.com from Vietnam, Wanga has mentioned as much and states that he could be home soon – unless the matter is resolved.
very strong possibility that I will join them
- My one year contract came to an end and I can’t start on the second year until the differences between the club and my agent are resolved, said the former Lolwe striker.
- I had signed a commitment to play from January through to the end of 2013 but that will remain pending till the matter at hand is addressed.
With his impending return home, there have been strong rumors that he will be joining Kenyan Premier League side AFC Leopards – a question futaa.com put across to him.
- There is a very strong possibility that I will join them [AFC Leopards], he confirmed
Prior to heading to Vietnam, Wanga had turned out for KPL side Sofapaka, a team he joined after a move to Georgia was botched. By then he was time barred to return to his Azerbaijan club FC Baku.
Before Baku, Wanga who has been capped 29 times for the National team Harambee Stars with eight goals to show had spent two seasons in Angola with Petro de Luanda. Prior Angola, Wanga top scored in the KPL for Tusker netting 23 goals in 21 games to win the ale boys the league in 2007 in his debut season.