League champions have also been linked to former players Mulisa and Karekezi
APR have made their first significant signing in the transfer window after snapping up Ugandan international Dan Wagaluka.
The 25-year-old winger signed a two-year-deal with the military side early this week and is seen as a direct replacement for Haruna Niyonzima who recently moved to Tanzanian club Yanga.
APR club officials were non-committal on whether Wagaluka had finally signed but the former Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) player confirmed to Times Sport that he had signed a two- year-deal with the Primus league champions but refused to reveal the details of the deal.
“I have signed for APR and will join our teammates for pre-season training soon,” the midfielder said before adding, “The details of my contract remind confidential.”
APR is also said to be chasing Chiukepo Msowoya, Bobo Bola, Burundi’s Pappy Fatty, Bokungu Ndjori, Dady Birori, Thierry Kasereka, Jimmy Mulisa and Olivier Karekezi.
Early this week, the military side extended contracts for Amavubi assistant captain Jean Baptiste Mugiraneza a.k.a Migi, right back Albert Ngabo, Jean Claude Ndoli, Jean Luc Ndayishimiye a.k.a Bakame, Hegman Ngoma, Landry Logba and Malawi international Tchimanga Mutamba.
Transfer window (Done Deals)
Dan Wagaluka- URA to APR
Peter Kagabo - Rayon to Police
Fawd Ndayisenga - Kiyovu to Rayon
Jacques Tuyisenge - SC Kiyovu to Police
Fredric Nadata - AS Kigali to Police
Haruna Niyonzima - APR to Yanga
Didier Kavumbagu - Athletico Olympic (Burundi) to Police
Adophe Hakundukize –Musanze to Kiyovu
Hassan Museminari-Union to Kiyovu
Pappy Fatty-(No club) to Rayon, APR
Olivier Karekezi (Osters) to APR
Jimmy Mulisa (Vostok) to APR
Bobo Bola (Atlantis) to APR
Mbanza Hussein (Kiyovu) to Rayon
Seleman Ndikumana (No club) to Rayon
Bokota Labama (Motema Pembe) to Rayon
Chiukepo Msowoya (Orlando Pirates) to APR
Thiery Kasereka-(Vital’O) to APR, Etincelles, Rayon Sport
Bokungu Ndjori (Motema Pembe) to APR