The 23-year-old center-forward, who is currently with AS Port Louis of Mauritania, is expected to put pen to paper with the record champions should he agree to personal terms.
K’Ogalo CEO Omondi Aduda is optimistic that they will tie down the most sought-after player with a contract when he touches down in the country.
“We have agreed with his club. The only thing remaining is to agree on personal terms and the length of the contract,” Aduda told Goal.
Guikan, who have experience in continental football, will be a timely catch for K’Ogalo ahead of 2018 Caf Champions League.
The Ivorian scored six Champions League goals for AS Port Louis last campaign, including two against Tusker FC.