Gambian goalkeeper Muhammed Cham is on the verge of finalizing a move to Mauritanian top-tier side ASC KSAR from his current club, Gambia Ports Authority, in the Gambia Football Federation Division Two.
The Nerve Africa sources close to the negotiations, indicate that Cham has reached an agreement with ASC KSAR on all contractual details. The deal is expected to be a one-year permanent contract, extending until 2025.
Cham’s stellar performances between the posts for Gambia Ports Authority have garnered attention from ASC KSAR, who seek to enlist him as a replacement for goalkeeper Ensa Jassey.
While the exact transfer fee remains undisclosed, it is noteworthy that Cham does not currently have a market value listed on Transfermarkt, given that this marks his inaugural international transfer.
ASC KSAR supporters anticipate the arrival of Cham, hoping for a goalkeeper adept at handling aerial balls, proficient with both feet and hands, to bolster their squad’s performance in the Mauritanian Ligue 1. Despite their mid-table position, fans remain optimistic that Cham’s addition will invigorate the team’s fighting spirit.