Gor Mahia midfielder Kenneth Muguna is off to Albania to join former coach Ze Maria at KF Tirana
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The Brazilian tactician who left Gor to join the Albanian second division side FK Tirana in July has included the 2016 SPL Player of the Year in his plans to push for promotion.
Muguna is set to join Tirana on a four-year deal, with a source privy to the negotiations claiming that the former Western Stima FC man has already put pen to paper and the move is held up by Visa confirmation.
“He has already signed and is just waiting to clear with Gor and get the Third Party Form for his International Transfer Certificate,” the source added.
Albanian website Panorama Sports also quoted the former Brazilian international praising the midfielder who bagged both the SPL Player and Midfielder of the Year awards last season.
It reported that Muguna would be a replacement for Congolese midfielder, Merveil.
“He (Muguna) is from Kenya and is currently part of Gor team that Jose Ferreira led before he came to Albania. The club has already reached an agreement with him,” the website wrote.
The development comes days after Ze Maria’s successor, Briton Head Coach Dylan Kerr lashed out at the player for absconding training on the eve of their SPL match, against Nakumatt FC.