Former Gor Mahia coach Dylan Kerr confirmed on Monday that he had arrived in South Africa to negotiate with Black Leopards over a possible move.
Kerr however maintained that nothing has been agreed yet.
“It is true that I am in South Africa but nothing has been reached yet,” Kerr said in an interview with Goal.com.
If Kerr joins Black Leopards, Gor Mahia will lose a number of key players.
A source privy to Kerr’s intended move has uncovered that the coach will go for the services of a few Gor Mahia players among them defender Philemon Otieno and midfielder Francis Kahata.
“Dylan is likely set to sign a two-year contract before end of this week and what I know he will recommend for a number of signings and this will definitely affect Gor Mahia.”
“He is a great admirer of Philemon Otieno and Francis Kahata, so expect the two to make the list of transfer, if he pens a deal in South Africa.”
Much the same as Gor, Black Leopards have been on the chase for another head coach since going separate ways with Joel Masutha just before the beginning of the Fifa break.
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