Gor Mahia defender Musa Mohamed has come out to deny reports on the club’s official website stating that he had signed a contract extension to keep him at the team for a further two years.
In the post on the website, which appeared well over a week ago, the defender, who skippered Gor Mahia for a better part of the 2015 season, was reported to have signed up along with Uganda Godfrey Walusimbi.
Walusimbi has already termed the report wrong while Musa says they only had initial talks after the end of the 2015 season but nothing was signed and has called on the club to handle the issue more professionally.
“I have not signed any extension; I only had talks once with the management but no deal was signed and now reading that I have signed a new deal is a bit crazy. The club should handle this issue with a little more professionalism,” he said.
With the club skipper, goalkeeper Jerim Onyango spending most of the season on the bench, Musa Mohamed has been the leader at the team.