Immediate former Kenya Premier League champions Gor Mahia has continued with its restructuring ahead of the 2017 season set to kick off next month.
K’ogalo have confirmed the signing of seven new players while releasing 10 others deemed surplus to the club seeking to regain the title they lost to Tusker last season.
The new acquisitions include midfielder Oliver Maloba who penned a three year contract from relegated side Nairobi City Stars, prolific goal scorer Jeconiah Uyoga from Technical University of Kenya TUK and John Ndirangu who crosses over from rivals AFC Leopards on a three-year contract.
Others are midfielder Philemon Otieno, goalkeeper Shaban Odhoji who switched allegiance as a free agent from league rivals Ushuru and Kakamega High student Alpha Onyango who has signed an initial four years contract with the club.
According to a statement posted on the club’s official website on Friday, the list is not final as the club is still looking to nail a few more transfer targets before the transfer window closed down on 31st January.
Meanwhile unconfirmed reports claims that Gor Mahia has since dropped ten players among them captain Jerry Onyango, defender Jackson Saleh and striker Jacob Keli.