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Nkana’s pursuit of Oduro facing a possible hijack

Ghanian left back Isaac Oduro who is in the country to pursue a proposed move to Nkana may be heading to Lusaka as new suitors have expressed interest in the player. A Zamfoot crew source in Ghana has revealed that Oduro’s move to Nkana maybe hijacked as other suitors have made made contact.

“Yes he is in Zambia to sign for Nkana but the club is not yet acted fast and two other Clubs from Lusaka have expressed interest in Isaac and the offers are tempting,” The source said.

“It’s not decide anyway because AFC Leopards are also interested so the player will have to make a decision,” The source added.

The 25 year old former Hearts of Oak dead ball specialist has been one of the best performers for Hearts of Oak since joining three club in 2015

Should another club sign Oduro, He will become the third Nkana target that will be snatched underneath their noses this season.

Striker Bernard Arthur penned a two year with Azam in Tanzania after Nkana had monitored him for a long time. Logic Ching’andu allegedly signed with Zesco United after agreeing personal terms with Nkana.

Bernard Arthur after joining Azam

 






6 Comments to Nkana’s pursuit of Oduro facing a possible hijack

  1. Chindika Popeye Nguni says:

    they can only afford festus mbewe

  2. Zambian Buffalo says:

    @Chindika Nguni, hahahahaha, you have cracked my ribs, Merry Christmas to you and your family .

  3. Jbs Simubernard says:

    too much amabili bili ba nkana

  4. km says:

    The majority of players coming to nkana, love the club, not just money. If this player loves more money than nkana then he is not fitt to play for our club.let him goal.At nkana we love loyalist not gold diggers. Let him go.

  5. General says:

    km just say u don’t have money to pay these professionals like other clubs. now that u will play continental football work on your team my bro we want to support yo team all the way.

  6. km says:

    Nkana is a club for the people, not billionaires.

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