Following the termination of Mohammad Shaban’s contract with Raja Casablanca less than a fortnight ago, reports indicated that the former KCCA FC and Onduparaka striker could re-join his youth hood club, Vipers SC.
However, the deal has dragged because the two parties have failed to agree on two things according to reliable sources.
Football-256 has learnt that Shaban’s representatives are demanding UGX10M more than what Vipers’ led by Lawrence Mulindwa are willing to offer.
“Shaban through his agents want UGX140M yet Mulindwa is ready to offer UGX130M,” the source told www.football-256.com.
Besides the money, it’s also understood that the two parties are pulling ropes over the duration of the contract.
“The Shabans want to sign a one year contract whereas Mulindwa prefers two years.”
It should be noted that when KCCA FC was signing Shaban from Onduparaka, he signed a three-year contract and was offered UGX50M as his sign-on fees.
The same source also mentioned that Shaban has offers from Esperance of Tunisia, El Merriekh of Sudan and Polokwane City FC of South Africa.