Kenyan international Michael Olunga is set to join Qatari-based side Al Duhail from Japanese J-League 1 outfit Kashiwa Reysol.
A leaked photo from Qatar outlet QSL_Newss, shows Olunga posing donning an Al Duhail jersey and scarf, with reports the club will make an announcement on Olunga in the coming days.
Qatar football Live, on Twitter, suggested the Kenyan could make his debut against Xavi-managed Al-Sadd on Tuesday, January 12.
Kashiwa Reysol are reported to have accepted a bid of around Sh800 million for 26-year-old Olunga, who finished J-League top-scorer with 28 goals in 32 appearances, earning a historic golden boot, the first ever to be won by an African.
And on Monday night, Olunga’s kid brother Victor Ogada uploaded a photo of himself sitting in a room with framed pictures of Sheikhs in the background on his Instagram page.
He captioned the photo ‘Doha’, which is Qatar’s capital, leading to suggestions that he had trailed his brother to the country to complete the transfer.
Ogada is known to be very close to his brother.
He is also known to manage the Harambee Stars striker’s personal life and the two also have a striking resemblance, specifically with their towering heights.