Record 18-time Kenya Premier League Champions Gor Mahia are set to make key decisons regarding their transfer window after their Cecafa campaign in Rwanda.

Kogallo is already in the quarterfinals of the competition with one game to play after winning two of it’s opening matches.

Having made a total of seven signings so far, many people have argued that Kogallo might have already completed their transfer business.

The Club recently completed the signing of Tanzanian pair of Singida United keeper David Kissu and winger Dickson Ambundo from Alliance FC.

The Club also signed Dennis Oalo and Curtis Wekesa both from NSL side Nairobi Stima, Tobias Otieno and Abdalla Shira from Sony Sugar and Centre back Elvis Ronack from Nzoia Sugar FC.

The Club’s Secretary General Ronald Ngala has now come out to address Gor’s transfer business so far and what fans should expect going foward.

According to Ngala, concrete decisions will be made once the team returns home from Rwanda.

He could however not confirm whether the club will sign more players or not.

“We have not made any decisions regarding the team, we wanted to give them ample time for the Cecafa competition. Whether we will bring on board more players or not I cannot tell, I can answer that after we have sat down and made a decision together,” Said Ngala.

“We are committed, as usual, to ensure the team is of high quality and can compete on all levels. The league remains our priority as well as doing better in the continental assignments.”

Gor Mahia won their first match 2-1 against Maniema Union of DRC courtesy of goals from Wellington Ochieng and Boniface Omondi.

The team then saw off AS Port of Djibouti in it’s second game with Boniface Omondi and new man Dennis Oalo getting the Goals.

Coach Hassan Oktay has set his eyes on lifting the trophy before the team can return home and focus on defending it’s KPL title as well as take part in CAF assignments.