Amavubi Stars’ striker Bobo Bola is in line for a move to Norwegian Adeccoligaen side Skeid in the forthcoming January European transfer window.
The gigantic striker told Times Sport yesterday that Skeid has shown interest in offering him a good deal (not mentioned) which he won’t resist.
“They have approached me personally as well as my club (Landskrona Bois) and I would also like to look for a fresh start in my career.”
“My transfer to the Norwegian second division league will be officially known in January during the transfer window,” Bobo said.
Landskrona Bois finished eleventh in the Swedish Superettan league with 38 points. However, Bobo Bola who didn’t say his current status at Landskrona Bois whether his contract with Landskrona Bois has run out as he is regarded as a former club player according to the club’s wikipedia page.
Skeid will be playing in Adeccoligaen in 2009 after a short stint in the second division. Meanwhile, Skeid finished champion in Second Group of Norwegian Second Division this year. Their last season in the Norwegian Premier League was in 1999.
Bobo’s switch to Norway will take the tally of Rwandan players plying their profession in Norway to two after Olivier Karekezi’s club Ham Kam was relegated from the Tipperligaen in November.
Karekezi who is on holiday told Times Sport that his transfer from Ham Kam will be known when the European transfer widow reopens in January when he starts pre-season training with the Norwegian club.
Karekezi revealed he will not be playing for the relegated side come next season.
“I have made my stand clear to the club; they know that I will not play for Ham Kam next season. We have talked about this and am confident of a possible deal soon or later” Karekezi said.
Meanwhile, two European clubs Rosenberg and Energie Cottbus have been mentioned as possible destinations for the 25 year old star.
Norwegian champions Rosenberg and Bundesliga side Energie Cottbus contacted Hamarkameratene about the player’s availability before the Norwegian league climaxed early this month.
With 20 league titles and nine Norwegian Cup (Norwegian Championship) titles, Rosenborg Ballklub is the most successful Norwegian side having dominated Norwegian football since the start of the 1990s.