Harambee Stars striker Masoud Juma is on the verge of joining Algeria top-flight side JS Kabylie; the player having posted a picture of him leaving the country early on Sunday.
Juma came under a lot of scrutiny when he made the Harambee Stars squad to the 2019 African Cup of Nations despite having not featured in a competitive game for six months.
The traveled striker started his footballing journey with National Super League side Shabana FC in 2014 and was last active with UAE side Dibba Fujairah in 2018; a club he left for Al Nasr in Libya.
In his journey, he has featured for Kariobangi Sharks, Bandari FC and Sony Sugar in the Kenyan Premier League and had a stint with South Africa Premier Soccer League side Cape Town City.
His stint with Al Nasr did go as planned as the player didn’t feature for his side due to the political turmoil that was experienced in the country.
Kabylie finished second in the just concluded Algeria league and will feature in the next seasons CAF Champions League.
Harambee Stars striker Masoud Juma os on the verge of joining JS Kabylie of Algeria pic.twitter.com/zDKuP6f2gv— Oguda (@zaxoguda) July 28, 2019