Kenya Premier League Champions Gor Mahia have confirmed that they have parted ways with captain Harun Shakava through a mutual agreement.
The team’s management has confirmed that Shakava will be joining Zambian side Nkana Football Club.
The Club has thanked Shakava for his years of service and wished him all the best in his new career path.
“The club has parted ways with our captain Harun Shakava through a mutual agreement. He will be joining Zambian side Nkana Football Club. Thank you for your service Shakes. All the best in your new career path,” Read a Statement by Gor Mahia
The club has parted ways with our captain Harun Shakava through a mutual agreement.
— Gor Mahia FC (@FCGorMahia) July 29, 2019
Last week saw Gor Mahia Chairman Ambrose Rachier confirm that Shakava was indeed out of the country as he tried to negotiate with a club in Zambia over a possible move there.
“He is physically in Zambia as we speak to try and get a deal, but he is still our player. Once he reaches an agreement with whatever club he is negotiating with, we will then release him officially,” Said Rachier.
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