Gor Mahia goalkeeper Samuel Njau who has only been with the green army for one season after joining the former FKF Premier League champions at the start of last season is currently training with Posta Rangers.
The goalkeeper is set to sign for Posta Rangers alias the mail-men before the start of next season - 2021/2022.
Njau has rarely featured for Gor Mahia with the only notable matches being a number of games towards the end of the season.
However, he seems to be unhappy with his stay at Gor Mahia and is ready to cut ties with the record champions.
A Posta Rangers official confirmed that the player is training with them as they await the release letter from Gor Mahia before he can be registered officially.
Njau has previously played for Ligi Ndogo, Nairobi Stima, and Sony Sugar.
He is set to become Posta Rangers' tenth signing of the season after Victor Majid, Sammy Imbuye, Timothy Otieno, Kennedy Owino, Victor Ndinya, Chrispinus Onyango, Alfred Tanui, Salmon Otieno and Levin Ochieng.
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