The striker has seen less playing time in the first fourteen matches played in the Kenyan Premier League, prompting him to make the move. Chemelil Team Manager Hillary Ouma has confirmed the development to Goal and says the move is intended to sharpen the player for future assignments.
"Yes, Gambareko has joined Sony, but on loan, it was the best thing we could do for him considering he needs playing time. I believe the move will harden him and make him better for us. Yes, we might add one or two more players depending with our need."
Chemelil has so far lost Willis Ochieng, Hillary Echesa and Victor Majid in the transfer window, with Sony Sugar set to lose Boniface Muchiri to Tusker.