Kenneth Muguna has posted on his twitter page that he is likely to leave the club soon.
A new challenge maybe???
— Kenneth Muguna Mugambi (@KennethMuguna10) July 13, 2020
Muguna has been associated with various transfer rumours mostly to Simba FC of Tanzania. His twitter post read simply: “A new challenge maybe”.
Previously, Muguna hinted to People Sports that he could soon be leaving.
“I cannot say about tomorrow because I have 18 months left on my contract with the club,” Muguna was quoted by People Sports.
“However, when something comes up and it is good enough, we will consider it as long as due process transpires.
“For now it is a wait-and-see approach as we weigh options because so far three clubs have shown interest, so we are just waiting for the right time.
“This is our job as players and so we will always be knocking on doors. As long as the pocket is right, players will get motivated to play.
“At the end of the day, the right environment will be the driving force behind a player’s performance, after all, we have mouths to feed.”
Gor Mahia coach Steven Polack is on record as stating he does not want to lose any player from his current squad ahead of next season.
“If you ask me, I know very little about contracts of my players because I never signed them,” Polack told Goal in a previous interview.
“I don’t know which player is running down a contract or which player wants to go.
“But as a coach, I want to keep all my players, I have to fight and keep my players it is not good to lose your players so I have to fight to keep the squad intact, you need all your good players available.”
Joash Onyango: I am ripe for a new challenge
Additional reporting from goal.com
Kenya defender Joash Onyango has revealed he is ready for another challenge after his current contract with Gor Mahia expires.
The K’Ogalo assistant captain has been consistent for the Kenyan side and has been influential both for the club and the national team. The Harambee Star is now keen on making a move but has not ruled out chances of staying at his current team.
“To be honest my contract with Gor Mahia expires in December,” Onyango revealed to KTN.
“So if any team approach me with intentions to get my services, I will not think twice.”
The 27-year-old has been strongly linked to Tanzania Mainland Champions Simba SC who are desperate to replace Ivorian Pascal Wawa.
“Yes, I have heard numerous reports linking me with a move to Simba,” Onyango stated.
“However, to date, I have not been contacted by any representative of the team. I have been reading a lot regarding the move, but nothing tangible, those are just rumours.”
Onyango joined K’Ogalo from Western Stima in 2017, and has gone to help them win back-to-back KPL titles and helping them in continental assignments. He was part of the team that qualified for the Caf Confederation Cup quarter-finals in the 2018/19 season.
The team went on to fall 7-1 on aggregate to RS Berkane of Morocco.
Other players whose contracts at K’Ogalo have or are about to expire include Charles Momanyi, who has been linked with a move to KCB, winger Nicholas Kipkirui and Ghanaian Jackson Owusu.