Kenyan side Tusker and AIK have confirmed the transfer of Harambee Stars striker Henry Meja to the Swedish club.
Henry Meja, who scored 10 goals for the champions, has left to sign a long-term contract with AIK.
“We would like to confirm that our striker Henry Meja is joining Swedish top-tier side AIK.”
“He joins on a five-year deal after completion of talks between the two clubs,” Tusker confirmed.
“Meja signed a contract with AIK that runs until September 1, 2026.”
“We have been talking with the club for the last few days and we have reached an agreement for Meja’s transfer.
“Henry Meja has been one of our standout players this season.”
“It gives us great pride to see him make the transfer.”
“We want to wish him all the best and thank him for what he has done for us this season,” said Tusker chairman Dan Aduda.
“We will endeavour to give more youngsters a chance to excel just as we did with Meja, and it gives us great pride to see them prosper.”
Meja was born on December 21, 2001 in Kakamega.
He made his international debut against Tanzania in a friendly match at Nyayo Stadium on March 15 this year.