Gor Mahia re-sign top midfielder Kenneth Muguna after failed transfer to Europe

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The former Western Stima midfielder returned to Kenya from Albania where he failed to make a name with top side KF Tirana

Gor Mahia have reached an agreement to re-sign former midfielder Kenneth Muguna, Goal can exclusively reveal.

Muguna has just returned to Kenya from Albania, where he failed to make a name with top division side KF Tirana. He joined the Albanian side coached by former Gor Mahia coach Ze Maria alongside Musa Mohammed, who was formerly the K’Ogalo captain.

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However, Goal understands that after the player went through tough times that included lack of salary, the former Western Stima midfielder has decided to end his stay in Albania.

Gor Mahia official Judith Nyangi has told Goal that the club has handed Muguna a four-year deal. “Muguna has signed a four-year contract and is back at Gor Mahia. He returned home and since he is unattached, we have decided to give him another chance to play for us.”

K’Ogalo signed Muguna from Western Stima in 2017 at a fee reported to be Sh2m, and he managed three goals and nine assists which aided the club to win an unprecedented 16th league title in the same season.

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