Kenyan Premier League (KPL) leaders Sofapaka are still on the hunt for additions to their squad as they continue with the preparations for the second half of the league which is set to resume in two weeks.
Gor Mahia duo
Sofapaka have already made inroads to the transfer market in the current break, bringing in Gor Mahia duo of Demonde Selenga and Collins Okoth while midfielders Musa Mudde, Fred Ochieng and forward Ibrahim Boduka have already left.
The team’s coach Salim Ali said the duo is what was urgently required at the team while the club is still waiting for the contracts of their other targeted players to end and also get permission from their clubs before making moves for them.
-At the moment we have already secured the players we needed urgently but the incoming transfers chapter is not yet closed, we are still eyeing more players in the current transfer period. Their contracts with the clubs they turn out for are yet to run out. Some end in mid of this month and others towards the end.
Request for permission
-We thus can’t say anything now because we also have to request for permission from their clubs to speak to them, we have to use the right channels but I am convinced that we will be able to reach an agreement, Salim told futaa.com.
Salim had earlier informed futaa.com that the additions he was looking forward to were meant to bolster the midfield since he said he aims to have many options there.