No offer for Muguna, he’s our player: Gor


No offer for Muguna, he's our player: Gor
Gor Mahia FC forward Kenneth Muguna celebrates scoring against AFC Leopards SC during their Kenyan Premier League dubbed Mashemeji Derby at Kasarani stadium in Nairobi on February 09, 2019. Photo/Stafford Ondego/ Sportpicha/Citizen

In Summary

  • Gor Mahia CEO Lordvick aduda has refuted claims that club captain Kenneth Muguna is on his way out to join Nkana FC in the Zambian Premier League.
  • Muguna has been linked with several clubs including Tanzania giants Simba and Yanga but the CEO insists they haven’t received any offers for the midfielder.

Gor Mahia CEO Lordvick aduda has refuted claims that club captain Kenneth Muguna is on his way out to join Nkana FC in the Zambian Premier League.

Muguna has been linked with several clubs including Tanzania giants Simba and Yanga but the CEO insists they haven’t received any offers for the midfielder.

“We haven’t received any offer for Muguna; he is still our player.  So far all the players are settled and if any offer comes we will find a wise way of handling it ,”said Aduda.

Aduda went on to confirm that they have held talks with the head coach Steve Pollack who will provide them with a list of players to be released and those to come on board after consulting with his technical bench.

“I have spoken to the coach this morning about the transfer window, and he will assess the squad alongside the technical bench in order give us the names of those players he thinks we should release and those we can sign to strengthen our squad,”added Aduda.

At the same time Posta Rangers head coach Sammy Omollo says his side will try to strengthen their defence and striking options.

The Mailmen have blown hot and cold and are currently placed at position 10 with 19 points on the 17-team log.

At the weekend they succumbed to a 2-0 defeat to Ulinzi Stars and Omollo is feeling the weight of adding more options to his squad.

“We will try and find the right players to strengthen our defence and attack because we need a strong squad to finish this league in a good position,” said the former Kenyan international.

At the same time Ulinzi head coach Benjamin Nyangweso insists they will only enter the market if they find a player who will add value to the side.

“We already have a good squad and I see no reason to fight for signings, but if we find a good player who we feel will add value to the team we will definitely go for him,”Nyangweso told Citizen Digital.

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