Despite media reports linking them with moves to newly promoted Kariobangi Sharks, Mathare United midfielders Duke Abuya and Alfonse Ndonye have signed new three-year deals, the club has confirmed.
The two youngsters were reportedly heading to Sharks to link up with former Mathare United team manager William Muluya who is the current Kariobangi Sharks boss. They have however had change of heart and extended their stay with Mathare as confirmed by Mathare CEIO Jacktone Obure.
-Ndonye and Abuya have signed new three-year deals each, what was being reported in the media was incorect because the players still had running contracts. They have agreed to our new terms and we are happy to have them here at least for the next three year, Obure told Futaa.com.
At the same time Obure confirmed Robinson Kamura and Eric Johanna have quit the club. Kamura is closing in on a move to AFC Leopards while Johanna is a target for both Leopards and Gor Mahia.
-Their contracts ended on 31st December and I can confirm they will not be renewing. Negotiations have not taken place and they are not training with the team meaning they are no longer part of us, he added.
Mathare is currently conducting trials to recruit players for 2017 season.
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