Harambee Stars goal-poacher Bob Mugalia is on his way out from Sofapaka FC to his dream team Gor Mahia FC.
The Congolese-born striker who changed his nationality to Kenyan, has been at Sofapaka for three years since joining the topflight football in 2009.
Just a few days ago, Mugalia publicly expressed his interest
to join K’ogalo after they lost 6-5 to AFC Leopards in the Kibunja Peace Mission
Cup at Nyayo National Stadium.
Speaking to futaa.com, Mugalia said that he’s been instructed by Sofapaka to write an official letter requesting to leave.
This comes after Gor’s Secretary General George Bwana, is said to have called Sofa’s officials inquiring about the release of the player.
-I have been told to put it in writing, explaining the reasons to why I want to leave before I’m released. I think this has happened courtesy of Gor’s Secretary General’s intervention. I will be presenting to them the letter latest tomorrow, said Mugalia.
-Let Gor fans be patient, I am coming and I have already dedicated myself to the club 100%, he assured.
-My heart is at Gor and I have to do what my heart tells me to do nothing else, retaliated Mugalia.