In search of attackers who can add strength to their offensive sector, JSK officials prefer the African route.
They have been offered several forwards but it seems that the one who has caught their attention at the moment is the Cameroonian forward of the Tanzanian club Simba, Léandre Willy Onana Essomba. The latter became the top scorer in the Rwandan championship with 16 goals for Rayon Sport of Kigali last season before signing for Simba last July. He still has a contract for one and a half seasons, but the JSK officials intend to terminate his contract if the Tanzanian officials are not greedy. His profile is of great interest to the Canarian leaders, but no offer has yet been made to him. They already have an idea about him, but they will certainly know thanks to Abdelhak Benchikha, who has been training him since the end of last November. Last July, the management signed Tanzanian international striker Simon Msuva on the advice of Adel Amrouche, but it turned out that Msuva is the biggest flop in the history of domestic football. With a salary of 21,000 euros, the latter only played a few minutes in the Canary Islands shirt before they asked him to terminate his contract. Fortunately, he agreed to terminate his contract before the end of the first leg, otherwise the management would find itself in a very delicate situation. Now it remains to be seen if the Simba directors will agree to negotiate the transfer of their Cameroonian striker knowing that his team participates in the CAF Cup.
Abedi Bigirimana is interested in directing.
In addition to Simba SC striker Willy Onana, JSK officials are interested in Burundian attacking midfielder Abedi Bigirimana, who wears the shirt of Rwandan club Police de Kibungo. They offered it to them last week, but since they don’t have a precise idea about it, they prefer to find out before doing anything. He meets the profile they are looking for, but they don’t want to rush, so as not to make the mistakes of last summer. Coach Almeida insists on hiring a playmaker and they are doing everything possible to bring back someone who can contribute something to the team. Everyone knows that there is a serious problem in game animation and, given the lack of free game creators on the market, managers are exploring the African route. They don’t have much free time, but they want to take their time so as not to make a mistake in their choice.