Keli was dropped by the fifteen times champions after he failed to click while Agwanda refused to extend his stay after contract had expired. Bandari Technical Director Twahir Muhiddin has confirmed the two are close to completing their moves to the Coastal-club.
"They are good players with talent and quality and yes we want to bring them on board. They are amazing players, who will help us do well next season. We are close in completing their signings as a matter of fact, I believe it is just a few days from now," Muhiddin told Goal.
Muhiddin also confirmed that the club is scouting for youngsters from Mombasa to beef up their squad. "We want to sign many talented youths from this area as we aim to make the an impact this season."
The Dockers will be led by coach Paul Nkata, who joined from Tusker.