Barely two months since arriving in Kenya, AFC Leopards head coach Andre Casa Mbungo is believed to be attracting interest from Tanzania.
According to reports from Tanzania tabloids, Singida United has made an informal bid for the Rwandese in their bid to replace Serbian Dragan Popadic who has since left the club.
The 51-year-old arrived at the den when they were in the relegation zone but has since changed the fortunes of the club with the Kenyan giants now seated at position ten in the Kenyan Premier League log.
The soft-spoken tactician, who previously coached AS Kigali, Police and SC Kiyovu in the Rwanda Premier League, has reportedly been offered a $100,000 (about Ksh 1M) in transfer kitty by Singida United.
Further reports in Rwanda indicates that should the Mbungo leave the den, he will try and convince defender Soter Kayumba and midfielder Whyvonne Isuza to join him; further reports indicating that former Harambee Stars player Anthony Kimani who is his current assistant at the club is also keen to moving with him.
Previously, Mbungo has won two Peace Cup titles with two different clubs in Rwanda, first with AS Kigali in 2013, before repeating the feat with Police in 2015.