K’Ogalo did not find it easy financially and did not pay for several months, which led to some players leaving
Gor Mahia will lose Clifton Miheso on a free transfer after his contract with the club expires.
The midfielder has been a key player for the team since joining the Kenya Police at the National Super League in 2019.
He diligently serves the outgoing champion of the Football Kenya Federation Premier League and was part of the team that played in the preliminary rounds of the Caf Champions League and Caf Confederation Cup.
Why does Miheso leave?
“Last Sunday, Miheso became a free agent after the expiration of his contract with Gor Mahia,” a source close to the player said Purpose on Wednesday.
‘He has the freedom to negotiate with other teams as the suffering at the club was too much.
“A lot of offers have come to him and I believe he will be in a different team when the transfer window officially opens.”
‘He negotiates with the club’
When reached for comment, Gor Mahia assistant coach Sammy Omollo conceded Miheso was out of his contract, but negotiations are underway with management to extend his stay.
“It’s no secret, we all know Miheso has a contract with the club,” the former Posta Rangers coach said. Purpose.
“But he is negotiating with the club about the teams and the possibility of expanding it. But I can not comment further on the issue because it is managerial.
“We all know Miheso is a quality player and we would love to have him after this season.”
Who left Gor Mahia?
So far, the Kenyan heavyweights have parted ways with their former captain Kenneth Muguna and defender Charles Momanyi.
The former joined the Tanzanian mainland league, Azam FC, on a two-year contract. For Momanyi, he basically has an agreement with Tusker FC to join the new campaign.
The Brewers represent the country next season in the Caf Champions League.