FC Platinum forward Silas Songani is back home from Sudan because his move to Sudanese Top Flight league club Al-Hilal crumbled, The Sunday News reports.
According to the publication, Solangi spend time training in Sudan but his move could not be finalized between his club FC Platinum and Al Hilal:
The forward spent some time being assessed by Al Hilal but could not complete a move to the North African country since no agreement could be reached between the Sudanese giants and the three times in a row Zimbabwean champions.
Silas Songani is already training with his club as confirmed by his coach Hendrick Pieter de Jongh who said:
We are now for the second week of training, the mood is good, seven players are not in good shape, other players are in good shape.
De Jongh also said they will be unveiling another player soon after they signed Banda who was a replacement for Jessi who successfully joined Al-Hilal a few weeks ago.
Selection is ready. We did sign Banda as a replacement for Jessi. Banda is a box to box player and there is one another player coming. The club will make an announcement at the right time.
More: The Sunday News