Kagera Sugar striker ready for move to other club

30Jun 2020
Adam Fungamwango
Dar es Salaam
The Guardian
Kagera Sugar striker ready for move to other club

KAGERA Sugar forward, Yusuph Mhilu, has stated he is welcoming offers from various clubs in the country, which need his services, but he has given his current outfit priority.

Yusuph Mhilu,

Mhilu, a former Yanga striker, had signed a one-year contract with Kagera Sugar after featuring for Ndanda FC on loan from Yanga.

The promising forward stated he is set to see out his contract with Kagera Sugar, noting he will join any other outfit which will present him with a good offer.

"I'm welcoming any outfit for discussions, I'm ready to play for any side, even Yanga, I should at least seal agreement with the squad,'' he noted.

''I will, nevertheless, give my current club, Kagera Sugar, priority, given I'm still the club's player.''

The forward is in great form this season given he has scored 13 goals to hold the second spot in the Vodacom Premier League goal scorers' list.

Simba's forward, Meddie Kagere, is the leading goal scorer, having drilled in 19 goals.

''Setting targets and working hard is the most important thing, that is why my form has not experienced a drop after the domestic top flight's restart, I always make the most of scoring opportunities,'' Mhilu stated.

He disclosed he is seeking to net 20 goals this season, therefore, he has seven goals left in his target.

In a  Vodacom Premier League clash pitting Kagera Sugar against KMC FC, played in Kagera on Sunday, Mhilu netted Kagera Sugar's goal in the match that ended with the teams settling for 1-1 draw.

The speedy striker as well scored for his club in a league encounter with Azam FC, which had Kagera Sugar posting 1-0 victory.