Rwandese left back Abouba Sibomana is the latest player whom Gor Mahia has expressed interest in. Sibomana who plays for Rayon sport and the Rwandese national teams has 6 months left on his contract.
“We agreed on everything. What is remaining is for them to reach an agreement with the club,” Sibomana told Rwanda newspaper New Times, adding that K’Ogalo wants to wrap up deal before end of this month.
Rayon Sports Secretary General Aime Emmanuel Niyomusabye says the team will not impede the players if they want to move.
“If Gor Mahia contacts us, and the players want to go, I see no problem but it will depend on whether the offers match our evaluation,” said Niyomusabye.
The last time Gor Mahia expressed an interest in a Rwandese player, it was Meddie Kagere. The deal fell through when Rwanda Police asked for a KES 4 million transfer fee.
Another player, who has been linked with Kenyan clubs, is APR winger Charles Tibingana, who revealed ten days ago that he would consider leaving for Kenya after it emerged that giants Gor Mahia and AFC Leopards were interested for his services according to a report on goal.com
The transfer season started on December 1, 2014. But it has been a quiet one. All we have so far are transfer rumours and abortive moves.
Sibomana 25 has been playing for Rayon since 2009. He featured prominently for Rayon during the 2014 CECAFA club cup. He has 20 caps with the Rwandese national team.