Politica can reveal that K’Ogalo will not benefit much should towering striker Michael Olunga is sold to any club that is willing to pay for his service.
Gor Mahia striker Michael Olunga has been in the news recently for his prowess on the pitch in the on-going regional Cecafa Kagame Cup.
After scoring three goals, the striker has received plenty of offers from various clubs. However, unknown to many, Gor Mahia will not benefit much should he be sold as they do not own the player.
Olunga is owned by Liberty Academy, who have loaned him to the Kenyan Premier League champions for one year. This means that K’Ogalo will not directly be involved in any negotiations to sell the player. Gor Mahia deputy secretary general Ronald Ngala confirmed as much and said there is nothing they can do.
“He does not belong to Gor Mahia and the best we can hope for is to negotiate to be paid by his owners once he gets a good offer somewhere else,” Ngala told politics.co.ke on Thursday.
He added: “We gave him a platform and we hope that based on that, we can negotiate a good deal.” Already Bidvest from South Africa, Tanzanian giants Simba and Azam FC have expressed interest in the player.