The FKF Caretaker Committee has on Thursday 13 January 2022, confirmed the official dates for the opening and closing of the transfer window for both the FKF Premier League and the National Super League side.

The FKF Premier League transfers will remain open from 10 January to 17 February 2022.

The National Super League transfers will commence on 21 January to 18 February 2022.

Meanwhile, here are some of the transfer gossips already heating Kenyan media headlines;

GOSSIPS:
Eric Gichimu:


Wazito FC forward Eric Gichimu is reportedly to be on the verge of re-joining Bidco United FC.

Gichimu who left Thika United joined Francis Kimanzi side last transfer window.

Ovella Ochieng:


Harambee Stars winger Ovella Ochieng has joined Botswana Premiership side Township Rollers on a one-year contract deal from South Africa side Marumo Gallants.

The 22-year-old forward has 10 caps for national team and has previously played for Kariobangi Sharks, Vasalund in Sweden.

Township Rollers in a statement: “Township Rollers wishes to announce the signing of Ovella Ochieng on a one-year contract.

‘The 22-year-old {born December 23 1999} forward is a Kenyan international with ten caps for his senior national team. He will add onto our attacking options.

‘Ochieng previously played for Kariobangi Sharks in Kenya, Vasalund in Sweden and Marumo Gallants in South Africa.

‘We welcome him to the Blues.”

Paul Were:


The former AFC Leopards and Tusker FC winger Paul Were, is reportedly eyeing FKF Premier League return after his contract with third-tier Greece side P.A.E Agaleo 1931 expired.

The former Harambee Stars winger has been linked with Kenya Police FC and Tusker FC to fill the void left by Boniface Muchiri, who joined millitary college November 2021.

Philip Mwangale:


The former Chemelil Sugar FC captain Philip has terminated his contract with FKF Premier League side Vihiga Bullets FC.

The defender is reportedly attracting interest from NSL clubs including, Muhoroni Youth FC and Mombasa Elite FC as well as Kisumu Allstars FC, who are said to be on the forefront to snap his signature.

Vihiga Bullets are currently placed rock bottom of the table and face tough test against Bandari FC this weekend.

Tito Okello:


According to Ugandan entertainment website [IN TOO DEEP PROMOTIONZ], former Gor Mahia striker and South Sudan international has joined the music industry and done some projects which will be released soon.

The goal poacher left K’Ogalo at the end of last season after a one-year stay with the Kenyan giants.