Ivan Sekazza is likely to be shown the exit door by Kenyan side, AFC Leopards with the struggling Kenyan giants expected to shake up its playing unit after another disastrous Kenyan Premier League campaign.
Sekazza moved to Leopards in March but hasn’t started any match for Ingwe. He has made four substitute appearances for the club so far but in recent weeks he has found it difficult to break into matchday squads.
Reports from The Den now indicate that Leopards will part ways with a big number of its current squad members with all foreign players expected to exit.
Leopards have five foreign players in their books; Congolese striker, Wayi Yeka, Rwandan pair of Eric Ndayishimiye and Soter Kayumba, Tanzanian attacker Marcel Kaheza and Sekazza.
Of the five, only Kayumba who is on loan from Sofapaka is an assured starter. Ndayishimiye on the other hand has been erratic in goal. Kaheza and Sekazza have barely featured while Yeka who was expected to solve Leopards’ goal-scoring problems has scored just once this season.
Coach Andre Casa Mbungo is expected to beef up the team with up to ten signings meaning an equal number or more will exit the club.
Kenyan internationals David Ochieng and Paul Were who joined the club on short terms deal in March are also expected to depart the club once their deals expire in June.