K'Ogalo secretary general George Bwana reveals to Goal that the club has agreed on an three year deal with their sponsors estimated at Sh25 million
Gor Mahia hope to tie up a new contract with sponsors Tuzo at the end of this week, a club official has revealed to Goal.
According to Gor Mahia Secretary General George Bwana the club has agreed on an improved deal with their sponsors and all that remains is for top managers of the milk firm to confirm the same.
“The contract has been dispatched to Tuzo after we went through it and agreed with its provision. We are waiting for Tuzo managers to assent to it.
“Generally, as a club we are very happy with what has been offered to us because it is much better.
“We are also delighted that Tuzo have continued to pay our player’s salaries even after the original contract had expired. It shows their level of commitment to the club,” added Bwana.
Though Bwana refused to disclose the amounts involved in the new deal, sources confided that Tuzo have increased their annual sponsorship to Sh25million from Sh18million and the new deal will be for a period of three years meaning Gor Mahia will pocket Sh75million.
The new deal will also pay for the salaries of technical bench members, which was not the case in the old contract.