The defender has been the subject of transfer rumors after an initial social media post suggesting he may be coming out of the den.
Kamura’s contract is expected to end on December 31, but according to a source familiar with the development, both sides have agreed on most of the issues and the defender is expected to stay at the club.
“The AFC Leopards are keen to keep most of their players deemed good enough to push our title ambitions further,” the source said. Goal.
“It wouldn’t be fair of the club to let key players like the captain go on a free transfer, especially when old and new players seem to have gelled better.”
In early December, speculation had grown around Kamura’s future at Den, with some reports indicating the defender was set to join a Zambian club.
But it has now emerged that he has chosen not to look for another club in the region or inside the country as he wants to stay with AFC Leopards.
“Since he joined Mathare United Almost five years ago he was a trusted player and his association with Ingwe will surely be extended, ”the source added.
In a previous interview, AFC Leopards president Dan Shikanda said he was unsure whether the defender had indicated he was leaving the club.
Kamura, through a Facebook post, had Ingwe supporters shuddered when he said: ‘Nobody likes goodbyesBut Shikanda said his message was misunderstood.
“Robinson [Kamura] is under contract with AFC Leopards, he is our player and will not go anywhere, ” Shikanda said Goal at the time. “I haven’t heard from him either if he wants to leave, he knows a player’s protocol when he wants to leave and I don’t know why people misunderstood his statement.”
Defender Yusuf Mainge and striker Jaffary Owiti, Goal includes, are also about to sign contract renewals.
After the Premier League took a hiatus on December 24 for the Christmas and New Year’s holidays, the top flight will resume on January 2, with six matches lined up across the country.