K’Ogalo CEO Omondi Aduda has revealed to Goal that they have started talking to the experienced custodian over a possible move to extend his contract with the champions ahead of next season.
“We are already talking to Boniface Oluoch. His contract will end in December but so far so good, the talks are very positive and an official statement will be out soon.”
Oluoch is among the three key Gor Mahia players, whose contracts are ending in December. The others are defender Karim Nizigiyimana and Innocent Wafula. Aduda says, the club will do everything possible to keep the two players.
“We have not talked to them but it is very clear that we want to keep our squad. We want to take every transfer a step at a time and after we finish with Boniface Oluoch, then we will start negotiating with the two.”
As exclusively revealed by Goal, Aduda also confirmed that they have reached an agreement to re-sign midfielder Kenneth Muguna and former Tusker star Shafik Batambuze. “Batambuze will come in as a replacement for Godfrey Walusimbi, who left for Kaizer Chiefs whereas Muguna is coming back home.”
Gor Mahia will represent the country in the Caf Champions League next season.