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Sony close in on striking duo



Kenyan Premier League side Sony Sugar have been one of the most active clubs in the off-season transfer window, sealing a number of key signings in the past few days.

The Awendo-based side’s chairman Christopher Odero, however, says they are not yet done when it comes to bolstering their squad.

Odero revealed they are in advanced negotiations with two more forwards in the shape of Chemelil Sugar’s Jared Omwenga Obwoge and former AFC Leopards hitman Jimmy Bagaye.

“I am happy with the few signings we have made so far,” said Odero.

“You can see we have blended experience with youth but we are not yet done with incoming players. We are still in talks with Chemelil Sugar over Obwoge which should be completed soon.

“We are also in talks with Bagaye who is a free agent after leaving AFC Leopards. He is currently in Uganda but we could seal the deal in a few days time, so early in January we will have information on it. “With the plans in place I believe we will have a better season next year,” concluded Odero.

The club have already signed coach Sammy Omollo and John Keo from relegated outfit Oserian FC; Amon Muchiri from AFC Leopards and Bernard Meki from KCB.



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