AFC Leopards attacking midfielder Austin Odhiambo has made it clear that he wants to leave the club.
AFC Leopards alias Chingwe could lose one of their young players to their longtime rivals Gor Mahia who are keen to sign the midfielder during this transfer window.
Odhiambo had previously tried to move to Gor Mahia or Kogalo before the start of last season - 2020/2021 but his present club refused to part ways with him.
This time, Gor Mahia have come back knocking as they look for his signature. Gor Mahia has received w boost as the player has informed the club of his desire to move on.
The youngster has risen from AFC Leopards academy coached by Bonface Ambani at that time (he played in the lower leagues and the KPL U20 tournament too) and it is around seven years since he joined the side.
Onyango joined the first team in 2018 under coach Andre Casa Mbungo before elevating to the senior side.
Gor Mahia is also eyeing Onyango's brother Tyson Otieno who plays for the slum boys, Mathare United. Malian goalkeeper Adama Keita has already signed for K'Ogalo with Boniface Omondi, Dennis Ng’ang’a and Bernard Ochieng of Wazito FC targeted.
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