Tony Odur is waiting for regional clubs to come and save him from a potential cheap new contract at Ugandan league champions KCC, with SC Villa wanting a deal done shortly under the incoming unopposed presidential aspirant Emmanuel Ben Misagga.
Odur broke onto the scene in 2003 as an exciting youngster at Express FC saw his two year contract with KCC end yesterday (Wednesday) noon though his confidents say the Lugogo side bankrolled by City Hall have not met the sign-on fee evaluation set by Odur for a fresh contract though have hope to agree wages with their top-scorer of last season, but the player is not convinced by the project.
Sudanese giants Al Hilal early this year made an acceptable to offer to Odur, but could not meet KCC’s transfer demands.
Odur is hoping for Zambian champions Nkana Red Devils to make an offer in the coming days, as well as interest from Azam of Tanzania, Gor Mahia and AFC Leopards (both Kenya) to manifest itself concretely.
Speculation is rife that he alongside skipper Fahad Kawooya, goalkeeper Ssebwato and Cranes duo Brian Majwega and Ivan Ntege will not travel with KCC FC to Rwanda for next month’s CECAFA Kagame Cup.