Tanzanian side Singida United have confirmed that keeper John Robert Kassu has joined Kenyan Premier League giants, Gor Mahia on a three-year deal.
Gor is currently on a recruitment spree and the latest to be added in their jigsaw is United keeper who has joined Hassan Oktay’s troops on a three-year deal.
Kassu’s arrival means one of Gor’s three keepers in Boniface Oluoch, Fredrick Odhiambo and Shaban Odhoji is likely to depart.
United have announced Kassu’s move to Gor Mahia through a statement posted on their social media pages.
“We have released our keeper Robert Mapigano to sign for Gor Mahia FC. Mapigano has signed a three-year contract to sign for the Kenyan champions,” read part of the statement.
“And we would like to thank him for what he did at this great and also wish him the best as he starts a new journey with the Kenyan club.”
The transfer is good for our club as it shows that we can also attract top clubs to sign our players.”
Kassu’s arrival takes the number of new players at Gor Mahia to seven, the others are; Tobias Otieno and Abdalla Shira from Sony, Curtis Wekesa and Dennis Oalo from Nairobi Stima and Elvis Ronack from Nzoia Sugar.