Former Gor Mahia ace, Michael Olunga has been linked with a move to Spanish side Girona FC.


With the effect of the new quota rules, the Kenyan striker was among the two players relegated to Guizhou Zhicheng reserve team.

Now, according to reports in Spain, Olunga will be loaned out by his Chinese club Guizhou Hengfeng Zhicheng before the end of transfer window on Thursday.

The new Chinese Super League Foreign Quota rule allow only three foreigners to be registered in the first team in any given season. Guizhou Zhicheng had five foreign players in the squad, including Olunga, before Egyptian, Aly Ghazal, who was also released to the reserve squad forced a move away.

Olunga, a student of the game is known for performing and getting awards, having emerged the 2015 Kenyan Premier League most valuable player of the year while at Gor Mahia, just two years after he was named the Kenyan Premier League’s New Young Player of the year with Tusker FC.

The move to Spain will be an awesome fete considering the fact that Girona Futbol Club, S.A.D. plays in La Liga, having been promoted at the end of the 2016–17 season.