The Kenyan Premier League transfer window officially closed on Friday midnight with late deals being completed in the deadline day.
Posta Rangers and Kakamega Homeboyz were the most active sides in the market with 34 landing new deals with the two clubs alone.
Edwin Lavatsa and Festus Okiring are among the new arrivals at Homeboyz who signed 17 players, same as Posta, who brought on board Wesley Onguso, Wycliffe Kasaya and Brian Osumba.
Bandari FC was the least active club in the market with seven followed by Zoo Kericho and Vihiga United who had nine each.
Among the nine for Vihiga is Lawrence Luvanda who crossed from AFC Leopards.
Luvanda, the Chavakali High School alumnus, signed a one-year loan deal with Vihiga.
IN: Kenneth Muguna (Free agent), Pascal Ogweno (Kariobangi Sharks), Shafik Batambuze (Singida United), Castro Ogendo (Unattached), Geoffrey Ochieng (Western Stima), Nicholas Kipkirui (Western Stima), Erisa Ssekisambu (Viper SC-Uganda)
IN: Kennedy Onyango (Posta Rangers), Edwin Lavatsa (Wazito FC), Peter Thiongo (St Joseph’s Youth), Mathias Kigonya (Sofapaka), Maxwell Ravel (Ushuru), Luke Namanda (Nzoia Sugar FC), Daniel Sakari (Kakamega Homeboyz Youth FC), Solomon Onunga (Kakamega Homeboyz Youth FC), Festus Okiring (Nzoia Sugar FC),10. David Odhiambo (Nzoia Sugar FC), Joseph Abaliwano, Sosthenes Idah (Thika United), George Odiwuor (Contract renewal), Moses Mudavadi (Contract renewal), Moses Chikati (Contract renewal)
IN: Micah Kipyegon (Silibwet FC), Allan Odhiambo (Splitfire FC), Brian Lumumba (Zoo Youth FC), Japheth Amakanji (Nakuru AllStars), Fredrick Okumu (Zoo Youth FC), Newton Ondari (Unattached)