Obadiah Ndege, Anthony Kimani and Salim Khamis Kinje all of whom have been heavily linked with a probable move to the Tusker Premier League side AFC Leopards will have to await the decision by the freshly constituted Technical Bench.
According to the Vice Chairman Walter Onyino, the players, some of whom have been followed up by the club will have to fit into the plans of the technical bench before putting pen to paper.
TB to decide
-The technical bench is in charge of the transfer process and they will choose who they want to work with at the end of the day, he said.
Onyina however admitted that the club has been chasing the signature of Mathare United skipper Anthony Kimani with the process being almost a done deal though his move is pegged on the availability of his release letter.
Kinje to return
Tusker FC forward Obadiah Ndege has also expressed interest to join the side but Onyina insists that the decision was not his to make but that of the technical bench before the end of the transfer window.
Kinje who left Ingwe for Tanzanian giants Simba Sc five months ago has also been linked to a return but he also does not have a release letter from his club.
AFC Leopards' next season plans received a major boost as their key players renewed their contracts with the side two days ago.
Ingwe has named a new technical bench lead by Portuguese tactician Vítor Salvado and assisted by former Harambee Stars coach Tom Olaba (First assistant Coach), John Busolo (Second assistant Coach) and Nicholas Muyoti (Team Manager).