Rama Salim leaves the country this weekend for a series of trials in Europe and the Middle East, but his club has said they are not aware of the move.
Gor Mahia Secretary General George Bwana, while insisting that they cannot stand in the way of the player’s progress, said they need to be informed of any move he is about to make.
“I have not heard that he is going anywhere for trials though this does not mean that he is leaving the club. Trials are just that because at the end of it the club interested in his services still has to talk to us. We want to know where he is going because he still has a contract with us,” he said.
Salim joined Gor Mahia last season after starring at relegated KPL side Congo United. Salim’s combination with Ugandan import Dan Sserunkuma was responsible for helping Gor finish second in the just concluded season and will be difficult to replace if he decides to move away.