It is expected that three players will come from outside the country, while the rest will be acquired from local teams.
Gor Mahia, the Premier League of Football Federation, has fielded eight players to be signed during the transfer window 2021-22, Purpose can reveal.
A top source at the club has revealed that Gor Mahia will bring a Malian goalkeeper, a player from DR Congo and Cameroon, on board to strengthen their game unit.
The other players will be acquired locally, and the goal is to bring in Wazito FC for new stars.
What was said?
“The goalkeeper from Mali is Adama Keita,” the source said Purpose. ‘As for the other players – from Cameroon and Mali – trust me, I will let them know in time. “
‘It’s time to strengthen the team and the fact that we have a new coach, Mark [Harrison], we will have to listen to his demands, because the players who have already been identified were selected before he joined us.
‘We have to take his input into account because of his technical knowledge and the fact that he is the one who will work closely with the players.
“The retirement of Charles Momanyi and Kenneth Muguna was also considered when considering new players. We hope the identified players have something special – individually and collectively – that will help Gor Mahia grow even better.”
The expected arrival of Keita – who previously appeared with Djoliba in the Caf Confederations Cup – will increase the number of goalkeepers at the club to four.
Gad Mathews, Samwel Njau and Caleb Omondi are the custodians already appearing in the books of Gor Mahia. Boniface Oluoch’s future at the club has remained in doubt since he was frozen out of the first team early in the season.
Dennis Ng’ang’a, Rooney Onyango, Boniface Omondi, Bernard Ochieng, all from Wazito, are the players on Gor Mahia’s list.
Rodgers’ grandmother from Western Stima is the attacker the local giants are considering signing. Former Kariobangi Sharks duo Duke Abuya and Ovella Ochieng are also on the radar of K’Ogalo according to the source.
Clifton Miheso – who is reluctant to extend his contract due to unpaid fees – is a player the club would like to see after next season.