Egyptian club Wadi Degla has stated that Ronald ‘Sate Sate’ Kampamba has an opportunity to for a European attachment should he impress them in his first season in Cairo.
Kampamba has joined Degla on a three-and-half year deal from Nkana for an undisclosed fee.
Degla’s owner Maged Samy also owns Belgium club Lierse and has a sporting contract with English club Arsenal.
“The player will join Wadi Degla F.C. starting from January 2015 and will be able to move to K. Lierse S.K in case of showing a good performance with Wadi Degla FC by scoring goals and tremendous commitment to training and matches starting from the 2015/2016 season,” Degla’s general manager Hazem Khayrat disclosed.
Ethiopia and Al Ahly striker Saladin Said who played for Degla in 2012 spent a brief spell at Lierse three years ago.
Cairo-based Degla is an Egyptian upstart who were founded in 2002 with focus on junior football development.
They have been playing in the Egyptian Premier League for the last five years and were Egyptian Cup runners-up in 2013.
Degla are currently coached by ex-Egypt assistant coach Hamada Sedki who worked under former Pharaohs coach Hassan Shehata from 2006 to 2011.
Meanwhile, Degla are currently fourth on the table on 32 points from 17 games heading into Saturday’s league fixtures with a game in hand and one point behind Al Ahly and another nine points adrift of leaders Zamalek who have played 18 matches.