Goal.com has reliably established that the player over the weekend had a series of meetings with Ingwe officials who tabled him an offer
The 24 year-old, who captained Harambee Stars during the 2012 Cecafa Senior Challenge Cup in Kampala, has over the past few weeks been linked with moves to Europe following the expiry of his contract.
Goal.com however, understands that the central defender who can also play at right back could remain in the KPL at Ingwe.
"Yes, my contract at Mathare United has expired. I am looking at various options including remaining (at Mathare). Their was also interest from Cyprus and Asia, so I am waiting to see. That is all I can reveal at the moment."
Goal.com has reliably established that the player over the weekend had a series of meetings with Leopards officials who tabled him an offer.
"Yes. The move to AFC Leopards is on. At the moment it could be very lucrative considering he is a free agent, which implies that he might get a reasonable sign on fee. The talks are being arranged by Nick (Muyoti) the team manager," a source who did not wish to be named revealed.
Should any move materialize, Kimani who is also the club captain, will be the fifth senior player to depart the 2008 KPL champions.
Francis Ouma (Sony Sugar) Jesse Were and Andrew Tololwa (Tusker) and Innocent Mutiso (unattached) have already departed Stanley Okumbi's side.
Mathare United's opening five Kenya Premier League matches 2013; February 9; Sofapaka v Mathare (Kasarani), February 16; Karuturi Sports v Mathare (Naivasha); February 24; Mathare v Chemelil (Nyayo); March 2; Muhoroni Youth v Mathare; March 9; (Muhoroni) and Mathare v Tusker (City).