Pascal Ochieng’ says that he is keenly thinking of his future with his exit at Rangers FC now definite. Pascal says that he has been approached by two teams and he is keenly thinking to know which of the two he will sign for in the June transfer window.
“I am definitely leaving Rangers. Life has been tough at the club. Right now, I am thinking about my future because that is the most important thing. You have to look at which side of your bread is buttered,” he says.
“Several teams have approached me and we have held talks with them. I am still thinking on which of them to sign for. It is a tough decision because they are two very good teams and I have to make the correct decisions,” adds the Harambee Stars deputy skipper.
Gor Mahia have openly declared their interest in the solid man and as the June transfer window is almost opening, fans will be keen to see whether they indeed put their money on the highly experienced defender whom just like good wine has been getting better with age.
Former Champions Sofapaka have also been highly interested in the defender as well as AFC Leopards who have been on Ochieng’s heels from June last year.
Earlier on in the season, a frustrated Pascal quit the club citing hard working conditions coupled with the financial struggles the club has been facing. However, he was convinced by the players and the team’s technical bench to comeback and help the club.