Coast based Kenya Premier League club Bandari FC is set to lose its two players to league rivals Posta Rangers in the ongoing January transfer window.
According Rangers’ Chairman John Tonui who spoke to one of the local dailies on Tuesday, the mailmen are at an advanced stage of capturing the services of Bandari pair Victor Ndinya and Erick Kibiru.
Tonui confirmed the duo have been training with the club for days now and that they have impressed the coaching staffs who have suggested they be given contracts to bolster the squad ahead of the forthcoming campaign.
Posta Rangers was last week linked with former Gor Mahia and Simba FC striker Dan Sserunkuma who is yet to prove his worth since joining Bandari last season, a deal which is likely to fade off now following the latest development.
Meanwhile, Bandari, who in a surprised turn of events signed the 2016 Kenya Premier League coach of the Year Paul Nkata from league champions Tusker, are set to offload nine players deemed surplus to the club.