Former Express and KCCA FC midfielder Ibrahim Saddam Juma has been offered an initial twelve months contract by SC Villa after impressing during the club’s preparations for the second round of the season.
Juma has been clubless for the last two seasons after being released by KCCA FC.
He has previously also played for Bunnamwaya FC, now Vipers SC on two occasions before moving to Vietnam.
Villa have also awarded short term contracts to defenders Shafiq Bakaki and Bernard Agele in a bid to bolster their defensive department that is filled with novices.
This website also understands that the record league champions are in talks with a South Sudanese offensive midfielder whose identity is yet to be known.
Villa are one of the least scoring teams in the current league standings after only managing 16 goals from 14 league games.
They sit 11th on the log with 16 points