Odhiambo, who signed for Batoto ba Mungu from Thika United, was the star attraction when Kenya’s Harambee Stars beat Ghana and Ethiopia in the Afcon qualifying matches played in Kenya.
Goal now understands that the Kenyan champions have inquired about the availability of the player and could make a move for his services if both clubs reach a deal. Gor Mahia are also keen to re-sign former youth player Cliff Nyakeya, who currently turns out for Mathare United.
K’Ogalo CEO Omondi Aduda, could not confirm nor deny the move but told Goal, “we are looking to sign several players and I cannot talk of only one. But when everything is done, the club will make it official.”
Gor Mahia are also set to unveil Kenneth Muguna, who terminated his four year stay with Albanian side KF Tirana on Wednesday. “We have agreed on everything with Muguna and what remains now is for him to come and sign the papers. He is a good player and we have handed him three years.”
The capture of Muguna comes just a day after K’Ogalo unveiled former Tusker midfielder Shafik Batambuze on a two-year contract.
The much-traveled Ugandan is expected to add depth in K’Ogalo's rank ahead of what promises to be a tough season as they prepare to defend the title as well as a chance to better their display in Caf Champions League.