Olunga hints at leaving Kashiwa Reysol

Harambee Stars and Kashiwa Reysol forwad Michael Olunga has hinted that he could be plying his trade in a different league and country next season.

The lanky forward emerged the second top scorer in the Japanese second league after netting 27 goals this season to help Kashiwa Reysol earn promotion back to the J1 league.

According to Nation Sport Olunga is in talks with several clubs and could soon make another move.

“What do you expect when you score 27 goals in a season? Of course there are clubs interested in my services and something is cooking in the background, just wait for the breaking news (laughs),” he told Nation Sport.

“However, until I complete the move, I am still a Kashiwa Reysol player. I have absolutely enjoyed my time at the club and in Japan. Let’s wait and see what comes next.”

Olunga joined the Reysol mid last year from Chinese club Guizhou Zhicheng, a club he had joined from Swedish side IF Djurgardens in 2016.

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