International winger Paul Were wants to come back and play in the Football Kenya Federation Premier League.
This is two years after he left the country for an international assignment.
Were left 12-time champions AFC Leopards in February last year for Egaleo 1931 in second-tier league in Greece .
The former Tusker FC winger recently terminated his contract with the Greek side to come back to the KPL.
Citizen Digital reported sources close to the winger said he wanted to kick start his career in the country after mixed fortunes in Greece.
“He says he has had mixed fortunes in Greece and he thinks his time is up. Were has also not been to Kenya in two years and he says he feels homesick. He will discuss his future once he gets back home and settled,” quoted Citizen Digital
A number of FKFPL sides have already expressed interest in signing the experienced winger, key among them being his former club Tusker FC seeking to replace Boniface Muchiri who left the club for Ulinzi Stars and Kenya Police FC who are keen on strengthening their squad.
Reached out for a comment on possible signing of the winger, Kenya Police head coach Bobby Ogolla expressed confidence they will sign the winger saying they will benefit a lot due to his rich experience.
“We are monitoring his situation and I want to assure you a player of his standard is what we need here, we are ready to convince him to join us,”reported Citizen Digital.