Kenyan Premier League champions Gor Mahia striker Dan Sserunkuma has been invited for trials in Denmark later this month.
The club received a letter from the Ugandan striker's agent to release the player on Friday. This was confirmed by Gor Mahia Secretary General Chris Omondi, who said they have no problem letting him go but a final decision will have to be made by club's executive.
According to Omondi, the decision on whether to release the player will depend on many things. "Our policy is very clear. We will never stand in the way of a player seeking greener pastures but this has to be done in the context of realities on the ground.
“At the moment we are faced with crucial fixtures. We have to take part in regional Cecafa championships, GOtv Shield and also defend the league and don't want any distractions.
"So the decision on whether we will allow him go for the trials or not will have to be made by the executive after considering all this issues,” Omondi told Goal.
Sserunkuma’s invite comes barely hours after K’Ogalo confirmed that two of their key players’ – Rama Salim and David Owino – had missed training at City Stadium on Thursday and their whereabouts were unknown.
“We resumed training on Thursday and expected everyone to be here. We are still trying to find out where they are because we cannot trace them.”
Gor Mahia have already lost midfielder Anthony Akumu to Sudanese side Al Khartoum, Timonah Wanyonyi to rivals AFC Leopards and Shaban Kenga, who has returned to Bandari.