Sixteen-time Kenyan Premier League champions Gor Mahia have been excellent this season.
Currently they are leading the KPL table, they are taking part in Group stages of Caf Confederation Cup, and are in the last 32 of the FKF Shield Cup. It is for this reason Deputy Secretary General Ronald Ngala says the team is contemplating bringing in new faces to beef up the squad.
“We have many games ahead of us, and we want to give the best in them meaning our main objective is to win. That might force us into the transfer market, but we will be going for players who bring value to the team, we want quality not quantity,” Ngala told Goal.
This comes amid rumors that the club is negotiating with former captain Musa Mohammed over his return to the club, following his unsuccessful move abroad.