The second Division One side have confirmed the capture of the Kenyan player from top tier side Royal Antwerp on their official facebook page.
"We are very pleased to announce the transfer of Omolo because we absolutely wanted him. It is a player, who will be able to contribute a lot with his qualities and experience in this competition for Cercle. We are very pleased that he is now part of the Cercle family. Welcome, Johanna!."
Omolo leaves Antwerp after three stellar seasons. In the 2016/17 season, he played a vital role in the team’s promotion to the top flight. Cercle Brugge is a team owned by French giants AS Monaco – who use the club to help with youth development since the beginning of 2017.
Cercle Brugge host their home matches at the 30,000-seater Jan Breydel Stadium which they share with rivals Club Brugge, who play in the top tier.