The Harambee Stars forward has completed a transfer to the Japanese club on Sunday.
The 28-year-old winger has been without a club since October when he left the Chinese clubBeijing Renhe
. Timbe has expressed his excitement about the transfer on social media.
"New beginning. New Mindset. New Focus. New Start. New intentions. New results,"
Timbe said on aFacebook post
is the second high-profile Kenyan forward to join a J1 League club. He is following the footsteps ofMichael Olunga
who joinedKashiwa Reysol
in 2018 and managed to win the league’s Golden Boot two years later.
"First of all, I want to thank the club for the trust to allow me to join them. It is a great feeling to be part of the Kobe family and I cannot wait to get started. See you soon,"
the forward said ina video posted by the club
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