courtesy of futaa.com
Gor Mahia forward Danny Sserunkuma is reported to be reconsidering his earlier stand to leave the club after the 2013 season, in which he helped K’Ogalo secure its first league title in 18 years.
The player is reported to have handed in a transfer request after the GOtv Shield final but according to club Vice Chairman Faiz Ochieng, he spoke to the player during the KPL Awards on Wednesday 20 November and the Ugandan is willing to stay on.
Faiz admitted that it is indeed any player’s wish to move to a higher league with much better terms and had spoken to the player about it with the hope of a good deal materializing in future. He as well reiterated the club’s declaration not to stand in the player’s way in case a good deal comes by.
-It is true Danny wanted to leave but I spoke to him during the KPL Awards, a very open discussion and he told me he is willing to rethink his earlier demand and stay on. I know it is always every player’s desire to move to a higher league and with better terms so with him is not different.
Take his time
-I am of the view that if he takes his time he will get a better move and as we had already said, we cannot stand in his way when the right deals comes, he told futaa.com.
Sserunkuma was the subject of a failed transfer move to Armenian top flight side Banants FC earlier in the 2013 season.