Top league side Mathare United are making Gor Mahia youth team their favourite shopping ground for young talents.
After getting Derick Onyango from Gor's junior side at the beginning of the this year, Mathare United came knocking the door again for the services of a young promising player in Cliff Nyakeya in this June transfer window.
Nyakeya has been part of Gor Mahia junior team since the year 2014 and had contributed hugely to the success of the young lads in the past few seasons.
The forward player had to make a move across to further his career with Mathare United and as the youth team's management chairman Manaseh Otieno confirms that they had to let Nyakeya go.
"Mathare United have been scouting Nyakeya this season and eventually called him for trials of which he impressed. They approached us and we had let him go so that he could develop his career elsewhere since he wasn't recruited to the senior team," Otieno told the official club's website.
Not a lot of money was involved in the transfer but Gor's youth team will be paid development fee by Mathare United as stipulated by Kenya Premier League.
"Mathare United will give us development fee for an amateur club as stipulated in the KPL rules," added Otieno.
After joining his former team mate Derick Onyango who is on loan at Mathare United, Nyakeya will be hopping to get regular play time as the season roll down.