Already, the Kenyan champions have signed two players – Shafik Batambuze and Kenneth Muguna – and are in the market for Sofapaka midfielder Dennis Odhiambo and former youth player Cliff Nyakeya, who plays for Mathare United.
Goal now understands that K’Ogalo have also inquired for the services of Bonfils-Caleb Bimenyimana, who was part of the Rayon Sports squad that reached the quarters of Caf Confederation Cup and lost to Enyimba of Nigeria.
“All I can tell you is that we are in the market to sign players. We want a very strong squad that can compete in all fronts for next season. Maybe, he is one of those we are targeting,” Gor Mahia CEO Omondi Aduda told Goal.
On Wednesday, Gor Mahia captured the services of Muguna, who was part of the team that won the title in 2017, but opted to try professional football in Albania with KF Tirana.
Muguna was handed a three-year contract just days after the club unveiled former Tusker midfielder 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.