Sudanese giants Al Hilal Omdurman are interested in acquiring the services of Harambee Stars striker Masoud Juma.
Juma has been in the books of Difaa El Jadida of Morocco since January 2021 and has a running contract with the club until June 2024 but according to reports from Sudan, Al Hilal is keen on the Kenyan after missing out on Yanga’s Fiston Mayele.
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Juma scored four goals in 18 appearances for his side last season and was nominated for the Best Foreign Player award in the Botola Pro League only to miss narrowly to Burkina Faso’s Issoufou Dayo.
🇸🇩 Al Hilal are now after 🇰🇪Masoud Juma (26) who plays as a forward for Difaâ Hassani El Jadidi in Morocco.— Micky Jnr ✪ (@MickyJnr__) August 3, 2022
Hilal wanted Fiston Mayele from Tanzania but Yanga made it clear, he is staying. 🚨#Transfers I #AfricanFootball pic.twitter.com/4VtlurbEfT
Al Hilal is currently undergoing a revamp as they aim to conquer the African continent after roping in Congolese tactician Florent Ibenge from RS Berkane of Morocco.
Since arriving in the Kenyan Premier League in 2014 with Bandari FC, Juma has played for a series of clubs that has seen him traverse the world. In Kenya, he featured for Sony Sugar and Kariobangi Sharks before his first stint abroad landing him in South Africa where he represented Cape Town City.
Other clubs he has featured for include Dibba Fujairah, Al Nasr, and JS Kabylie.
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