Kenyan international Ayub Timbe has signed for Thailand top-flight side Buriram United according to reports.
Timbe, who was a free agent after terminating his contact with Japanese J1 side Vissel Kobe in August this year due to personal reasons has signed a two-year deal with United.
Buriram will be Timbe’s fifth club in the last two years after stints with English Championship side Reading FC, Chinese side BJ Chengfeng and Kobe.
Buriram is currently placed second in the Thai League 1 table with 29 points after 14 games; three points below leaders Bangkok United with a game against Chiangrai United next in their roster.
Timbe played a total of 15 matches for Vissel Kobe in all competitions scoring four goals in the process.