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Uganda Cranes striker David Kasirye of Rayon Sports, Rwanda, is set to make a move to DR Congo’s Daring Club Motema Pembe in the Linafoot.

Kasirye, 21, is expected to leave for Kinshasa from Friday this week to ink a four year the deal rumoured to cost $90,000.

“It’s true my client could soon be part of Motema Pembe family. ” Kasirye’s agent Ronnie Santos confirmed exclusively to Soka25east.com without giving further details.

The former Express and Police FC forward caught the attention of Cranes Head Coach Milutin “Micho” Sredojevic for his virtuoso performances in the Rwandan league, handing him maiden call up to the national team in June.

He is among the top scorers in the Azam Rwanda Premier League which ends this weekend with 13 goals and several assists.

Formed in February 22,1936, “Imana” is one of oldest and most famous DR Congo clubs; they play their matches at 50,000 capacity Stade Tata Raphael, Kinshasa.

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