Former Harambee Stars head coach Sebastien Migne is said to be interested in taking over as Gor Mahia coach.
The reigning Kenya Premier Champions are currently under Steven Polack but even that seem not to bother Migne who recently parted ways with Equatorial Guinea.
Migne’s love for Kenya has never been in doubt and with the French tactician even buying a house here, sources close to him believe that a coaching role in the country will best suit him with Gor Mahia his most preferred destination.
As reported by Goal, Migne will be available to take over at Gor Mahia should the 18-time KPL champions declare vacant the coaching position.
“On many occasions, he has expressed his interest in coaching in the country, and Gor Mahia remains his favorite team. I am sure he will be among the first to present his application letter, assuming the position becomes available” said a source close to the former Republic of Congo coach.
Migne believes that Kogallo has what it takes to be the very best in the region and he is the man to help the team achieve that status.
The 47-year old is yet to confirm or deny his interest in taking over the reins at Gor Mahia.
Migne left his role as Equatorial Guinea by mutual consent after deeming it difficult to give 100% in his job with the current coronavirus pandemic.
He is however keen to return to management should any opportunities come his way.
“I need to work but again it depends on opportunities that come my way,”he said.