By Ayub Abdallah
Former Thika United player Suleiman Osman has set targets that he want to achieve in his football profession.
The central defender is eying to ditch Kenya Premier League (KPL) to play professionally outside the country and make a return to Harambee Stars.
Rangers player confirmed he has been approached by clubs which have been impressed by his playing skills.
Though the former Bidco United, Congo United and Thika United player did not mention the clubs on his radar.
Osman said it is too early to name the clubs.
”I still have a running contract with Posta Rangers. I do not intend to move from the Kenyan top flight club,” the player said.
The central defender joined the Mailmen from Thika United in 2018 on a contract that runs until 2021.
Thika-based player was called up in Harambee Stars squad that was preparing to represent Kenya in Cecafa tournament in Uganda. Unluckily, it was cut short by an hamstring injury.
”I have not achieved a lot in football, apart from a call up in national team. Though it was cut short by injury during training that forced me out of action for three weeks,” Suleiman Osman said.