Tusker FC striker David Majak will be leaving the country late in November for Sweden this as confirmed by the club’s chairman Mr Dan Aduda.
Majak has been one of the the bright strikers for the team and with Timothy Otieno having left for Napsa Stars, he had been seen as the man to lead the brewers attack in the new season but as things are, the team will be forced to enter into the market for another attacker to lead their strikeforce.
Aduda in an interview with Pepeta revealed that the player has been given all the required documents by the club and leaves with their blessings.
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“Its true (that Majak is headed for trials). He will be leaving for Sweden next month for trials and we have helped him with everything he needs for the session,” Aduda said.
It is not yet clear which club Majak will be in his stint at Sweden but reports indicate that IF Elfsborg, home to Kenyan international Joseph Okumu, might be the team that has invited the player to gauge his abilities.
Majak joined Tusker midway through the 2018/19 after a short stint with Kakamega Homeboyz; the team having acquired his services from Kapenguria Heroes which he represented in the Chapa Dimba Na Safaricom tournament.
Majak won the SJAK Young Player of the year in 2019.
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