- Peter Thiong’o, Kakamega Homeboyz winger is spoilt for choice as five top-flight clubs strengthen fight in hunt for his signature. He is among the local players who are longed for in the transfer market because of the excellent performance last season with Homboyz.
The speedster revealed that five clubs had already tabled their proposal for his services but he’s yet to make decisions.
Thiong’o revealed that the demand for joining Homeboyz last year was triggered by a remain of three months in his current contract with the club. He informed that his employer wanted to retain him and Cleophas Shimanyula, club chairman has on several occasions called him for discussions.
“Five KPL clubs have approached me for negotiations but I am yet to decide on my next move. I have three months remaining in my current contract although Homeboyz wants me to stay long. Shimanyula and I have been in talks for some time but we are yet to agree on anything,” he told.
The former St Joseph Youth midfielder revealed his intentions to win the league next season.
“We (Homeboyz) were in contention for the title last season but the virus worked against our plan. Whether I remain at Homeboyz or sign elsewhere, my goal remains winning the league next season. Besides winning the league, I will be eyeing the ‘Golden Boot’ and other individual accolades such as the player of the month award,” he revealed.
Meanwhile, Thiong’o said he was looking forward to play in the continental matches in the near future as well as the national team.
“It is my hope to guide my next employer next season to seal a place in the continental matches. I also have a dream of earning my first call to the national team, having tried with the junior side last year,” he explained.