Ingwe have already expressed interest in snatching up a free-agent Mieno after he was released, together with 13 others by former KPL champions on Wednesday.
But K’Ogalo, whose attempt to sign Mieno mid-last season hit a snug, seems not to have given up on hopes of landing the talented Harambee Stars midfielder.
Gor Mahia Organizing Secretary, Judith Nyangi lifted the lid with a simple post online:
“Mieno loading…” said Nyangi on a Facebook post that raised a lot of speculation on Gor Mahia's intention.
If indeed Gor Mahia goes ahead to begin talks with Mieno, the move is expected to further stretch the already bad relationship between the two of Kenya's football giants.
The two clubs have developed a frosty relationship in the ongoing transfer window after Gor Mahia expressed interest in signing Leopards' defender, Dennis Sikhayi.
In response, AFC Leopards placed a Sh10 million price tag on their assets while at the same time, warning the player that the club will not sell him to Gor Mahia.