Bandari technical director Edward Oduor insists they have not given K’Ogalo permission to talk to the player and are not interested in selling him
Kenyan Premier League champions Gor Mahia and Bandari are in a tussle over last year's sensation Shaban Kenga.
Gor are reportedly negotiating with the player, who was named runners-up during last year's KPL awards for top players but his club insists there is no such thing and are not interested in selling.
According to Gor Mahia Secretary General George Bwana, talks are on-going with the player and insisted there was nothing wrong with their move.
However, Bandari FC Technical Director Edward Oduor insists they have not given Gor Mahia permission to talk to the player. “Kenga is one of our major players and we have no intention of selling him anytime.
“We are not here to expose players only for others to come and pick them. He still remains an integral part of our plans for next year,” Oduor told Goal on Saturday.
Kenga helped Bandari finish in a respectable sixth position. The team was promoted last season after two years in the lower ranks.