Club Secretary General George Bwana has revealed to Goal they are determined to make it to the money brackets of next year's Caf competition
Gor Mahia have announced big plans to sign up experienced players for their Caf Champions League campaign next season.
Club Secretary General George Bwana has revealed to Goal they are determined to make it to the money brackets of next year's competition.
"For the last two years we have just been participants at continental level. This time around we are determined to not just be mere participants but to go further than we have.
"In this regard we are targetting experienced players who can help us achieve this. The club has already began talks with some of the targetted players and very soon we will unveil them."
He revealed K'Ogalo has opened talks with a Zambian international midfielder among other experienced players, who will soon be part of their squad.
"We are talking to a player from Zambia and another from Uganda. Our target is to sign two strikers, midfielders and a central defender and are looking far and wide for our targets."