Cameroon-born midfielder Souleymanou Moussa has returned to Zambian giants Zanaco following a compassionate leave.
In a statement by the club, Moussa left for Cameroon in September last year to take care of his mother.
The 26-year-old’s contract ended in December, but was renewed early this year.
“Zanaco football club is delighted to announce that Cameroonian midfielder, Moussa Souleymanou has returned at the club after being away since September 2020 after the expiry of his contract,” the club said in statement.
“Souleymanou took a compassionate leave in September before negotiating for a new deal and went back to Cameroon to take care of his mom who was sick. His contract ended on the 31st of December 2020 and he decided to renew it early this year,” explained the 2016 league Champions.
Moussa is now back in the country and resumed training with the Bankers on Monday and is expected to be available for selection for the Red Arrows match this Saturday.
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By Ofhani Munyai