- George Bwana said Gor will respect the player’s wishes but the club’s initial asking fee will be a minimum of Sh8 million
- Sserunkuma stirred up a major controversy midway through the just ended season when he left the club for trials with the Armenian outfit
Speculation about Dan Sserunkuma’s imminent departure from Gor Mahia have finally been confirmed.
The Ugandan striker has formally presented a transfer request to the club expressing his desire to join Armenian league side, FC Banants, which he attempted to join midway through the just concluded season.
Gor Mahia’s top officials on Tuesday confirmed that indeed the player was leaving the club saying that they are now awaiting a formal bid from the club in question.
Club secretary-general, George Bwana, however, said they will respect the player’s wishes but the club’s initial asking fee will be a minimum of Sh8 million.
Bwana’s assistant, Ronald Ngala, said: “Sserunkuma presented a letter of request yesterday (Monday) which the club is considering. Now that we are on recesses we may not stop him. We think it’s only fair to let him go because he has served us diligently,” Ngala said.