By Angu Lesley
Football Writer, kick442.com-Cameroon.
Last week reports emerged from Egypt that the Cairo giants, Al Ahly had stepped up their interest on signing the forward. ESPN Journalist Anthony Pla, reported that Al Ahly made a $2.5M bid for the lad.
Following weeks of reports about Al Ahly’s desire to land the 20-year-old DR Congo forward, Jackson Muleka Kyanvubu,his agent has confirmed Al Ahly interest in his client.
Speaking earlier this week, the player’s representative confirmed the Egyptian giants were courting his client but sounded unsure about the prospects for business.
“Yes, Al Ahly are the only club to show true and solid interest in signing Muleka. They made contact with the owner of the club, Moise Katumbe,” Muleka’s agent confessed to African Football HQ.
But whenever you believe the player can join the Egyptian giants, remember his agent’s words.
“I am not sure if the President [Moise Katumbe] will sell Jackson Muleka to Al Ahly since he doesn’t do business with his competitors.” He concluded.
The deadly striker has been a hit for the Libumbashi club. His form this campaign has arouse interest from multiple clubs abroad while Mazembe multiply efforts to keep him as long as possible.
French Ligue Un Olympique Marseille and Turkish Super League giants Fernabache have been rumoured as potential suitors.
Muleka came through the Academy of TP Mazembe Ecofoot Katumbi. He has been in or around the first team since 2017.
This season he has scored nine goals in 15 appearances for the club this season.
He has been capped on seven occasions for his country, and he can boast of three goals from those events.
His qualities make it difficult for Mazembe to keep him for long.
He attracts the attention of suitors and interests with every outing as clubs are keen on taking him away.
Previous reports linking Muleka to Al Ahly have been rubbished by officials of Mazembe but his agents comment is sufficient insight on the situation so far.
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