Nigerian midfielder Sani Kaita has announced the termination of his contract with Moldovan club Saxan CeadirLunga. The former Kano Pillars and Enyimba player stated that he made this decision due to the club’s failure to fulfill their contractual promises.
Kaita explained, “I have cancelled my contract with the Moldovan club, Saxan. I had to take this decision because they failed to fulfill what we agreed on. I just activated what we have in the deal that I can terminate the deal at any time I want. They wanted me to stay on, but I told them I can’t continue with them.”
Regarding his future plans, the 28-year-old midfielder mentioned, “I have offers from several clubs, I don’t want to disclose the countries or clubs for now. I hope things work out soon, and I will move on with my career.”
Kaita’s football journey has taken him to various clubs around the world, including Sparta Rotterdam (Holland), Monaco (France), Kuban Krasnodar, Lokomotiv Moscow, Alania Vladikavkaz, Tavriya Simferopol (all in Russia), Metalist Kharkiv (Ukraine), Iraklis (Greece), Olympiakos Nicosia (Cyprus), and Enyimba (Nigeria).