Peter Thiongo finds himself in a crossroad as AFC Leopards is yet to initiate contract extension talks with three months remaining on his current deal.
The former Kakamega Homeboyz midfielder reportedly has attracted three top flight clubs and are interested in tapping in on his services.
Thiong’o dumped Homeboyz to join Ingwe in November 2020 and would go on to ink a two-year deal with the latter who beat a host of other interested teams to his signature.
Despite Leopards efforts to retain the experienced players who are in the last gasp of their contracts, Thiong’o revealed that the newly-elected office had not approached him for negotiations.
Leopards who have been banned by FIFA from signing new players for a year have already handed Collins Shivachi, Robert Mudenyu and Maxwel Mulili new deals.
Thiong’o who was elected Leopards assistant captain in November last years has admitted that Ulinzi Stars, KCB and Tusker FC all interested in his signature.
“Leopards had initiated talks in the final weeks of the concluded season but they have since gone mute. The new season is fast approaching and time is ripe for me to make a decision. Before, then I am waiting to hear from the club and later peruse through the offers from other teams and do what is right,” Thiong’o as quoted by Mozzart Sport.
Kakamega Homeboyz are also in the mix to snatch the Kenyan U23 star who is viewed as a potential to David Okoth who joined Kenya Police FC early this week.