Wanyama announces he will leave Montreal

Wanyama announces he will leave Montreal
Victor Wanyama

Wanyama joined Montreal in March 2020 after a troubled last year at Tottenham and has grown to be one of their most important players, rising in the ranks to be handed the skipper’s armband.

Former Harambee Stars skipper Victor Wanyama has announced he will be leaving his Canadian club CF Montreal at the end of the season in December.

Speaking to reporters, the 29-year old said he had already decided to leave the club.

“At the end of the season, I think I will leave. I have had great time here. I have enjoyed being part of the team and it has been great,” Wanyama said.

He added; “It is like this. At the end of the season I will be free to leave. But as long as I am here now, my aim is to focus on the games and to make sure we finish well then from there will have a chance to say goodbye.”

When the reporter posed and asked whether Wanyama doesn’t want to come back, the former Stars skipper said;

“It is not about me. We will see. I haven’t spoken to the coach. I don’t want to speak a lot because I don’t know what’s going on. I am just focused on the game on the weekend, finish strong then after the play offs we will see.”

Wanyama joined Montreal in March 2020 after a troubled last year at Tottenham and has grown to be one of their most important players, rising in the ranks to be handed the skipper’s armband.