In a bid to strengthen the squad for next year’s assignments, Gor Mahia have confirmed two new players who will be part of the team.
Giving a word to the official Gor Mahia website, the club’s CEO Lordvick Aduda said that Ugandan Shafik Batambuze and Kenneth Muguna will be part of the team next season.
“We are looking at strengthening the squad in preparation for next year’s Caf matches as well as other competitions.
“In relation to that, we have agreed on terms with Shafik Batambuze and Kenneth Muguna and they will be part of the team next season,” Aduda said.
Batambuze who previously played for Tusker before moving to Singida of Tanzania, will be replacing Godfrey Walusimbi at the left back. The player has agreed to a two years deal.
Muguna on the hand agreed to stay at the club for three years and the midfielder is expected to add more quality to the team.
The former Kenyan Premier League Most Valuable Player is making a come-back to the 2018 SportpesaPremier League champions after he moved to Tirana of Albania last year but would later ditch the club.