Gor Mahia duo finally complete transfer to Europe

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Albanian club KF Tirana have confirmed the signing of midfielder Kenneth Muguna and Musa Mohammed from K'Ogalo

Gor Mahia players Musa Mohammed and Kenneth Muguna have been confirmed at new club KF Tirana.

Mohammed was released by K’Ogalo after the expiry of his contract while Muguna demanded to leave after joining the club from Western Stima last season.

The Albanian club coached by former Gor Mahia coach Ze Maria, have confirmed the capture of the two players after they successful received International Transfer Certificates (ITC) to join the side.

The two players have now joined up with the rest of team members in Turkey where they have camped for pre-season training. The club confirmed on their official page, “Mohammed has officially become part of Tirana.

“The defender from Kenya arrived yesterday (Saturday) in Antalya to sign the contract and immediately started training with the team. He has signed up for two and a half years, thus strengthening the team’s defence.

“The 26-Year-old has been a regular at Gor Mahia and the captain as well. He is also a significant part of the Kenya national team."

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On Muguna, the club said, “Kenneth Muguna is officially part of the team. The midfielder from Kenya arrived in Antalya to join the team during the winter preparations winter.

"He has signed a contract for four and a half years and is an important investment to the club for the current season and the future.

“FK Tirana has been following the player for several months and has reached the agreement to buy his contract from the Kenyan champions.”

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