Two players of Doves Allstars could be heading to Onduparaka Football Club, Dribbler Sports being reliably informed that the dou met with the club chairman to discuss personal terms.
Sunday Benard Zola Leopards’ midfielder and his right-back teammate Richard Yakini are understood to be in talks with the Caterpillars over a move to Greenlight stadiums ahead of next season.
New owners Development Infrastructure under the ownership of Eng Joel A’ita released a statement last month that the have concluded the purchase of Aziz Damani Doves Allstars FUFA Big League status, something that have put things in a frantic velocity for the former players who are uncertained about their hereafter.
Richard Yakini and teenager Sunday Benard met with Benjamin Nyakuni the Club chairman on Saturday to discuss personal terms with the Caterpillars set to place an offer for the two players who are out of contract with the newly acquired FUFA Big League outfit Doves Allstars Football Club.
This again depends on whether the players agree to the personal terms being offered, but given the fact that the two players are willing to play in a top flight league, the expectation is that both Yakini and Sunday will put pen to paper .
Sunday who is a box-to-box midfielder has been the workhorse of Doves Allstars last season getting back to assist the defence before running the length of the pitch to be involved in attacking phases of play scored 4 goals and 5 assists in 10 games for his team last season before suffering a knee injury.
He has been linked with a move to so many clubs including Bright stars and Ndejje University. Meanwhile right-back Richard Yakini has been heavily linked with a move to Express Football Club with reports suggesting he will be traveling to Kampala to discuss personal terms with the Red Eagles incase the Caterpillars offer hit a snag.