Fisa Academy has offered to pay some money to Gor Mahia from Sh4million they will receive from Moroka Swallows for the transfer of midfielder Kevin ‘Ade’ Omondi.
It is however, not clear how much, Gor Mahia will be paid as the club’s Deputy Secretary General Ronald Ngala declined to reveal the amount.
“Fisa have been in touch with us and have offered to give us part of the money they will receive from Swallows. They gave us an offer and we gave a counter-offer.
"We are still debating on the exact figure Gor Mahia should keep as a club,” Ngara told Goal.
Ngala also revealed that the club will be more careful when signing loan deals with players from Fisa Academy by pointing out that previous agreements have tended to favor the South ‘B’-based outfit.
“I must confess that sometimes we have been desperate to get the players and so we don’t make any demands. Previously, it was also unlikely for players to leave but with increased exposure, this is changing.
“In future, we will only sign loan deals that ensure our interests are well protected. Omondi’s transfer has really opened our eyes over this issue.”