Courtesy of supersport.com
Kenyan Premier League giants Gor Mahia FC have finalised the deal to bring Uganda International Dan Serunkuma to K’Ogalo.
SSerenkuma has signed a two-and-a half deal with the 12-time KPL champions, putting to rest all the transfer speculations regarding to his move from City Stars.
According to coach Zdravko Logarusic, the player who has been training with the team for the past few days, has been impressive at his former club and he expects him to shine at Gor.
“It’s now official Sserenkuma has joined us and I am happy to be with such a player in the team. However, we are still looking for another striker and other players,” said Logarusic.
Apart from the Ugandan import, Gor are also said to be closing in on the signature of Serunkuma’s teammate Oscar Mbugua and Rangers FC midfielder Joseph Njuguna.
“Mbugua and Njunguna have been training with us for the past few days and we’re hoping to sign them immediately, we are done with the paperwork,” added the Croatian.
However, on the highly rated Eddie Mubiru, Logarusic said that they’ll have to wait a bit longer for the teenager to recuperate before giving the verdict.
“It’s unfortunate Mubiru is injured but will give him time to recover first for us to assess him before making a final decision,” concluded Logarusic. Mubiru jetted-in the country late last week for trials with Gor.