Mathare United have completed the acquisition of keeper Robert Mboya from Kariobangi Sharks on a three-year-deal.
Mboya returns for a second stint with the club having left for Sharks just a year ago where he played second fiddle to John Oyemba for a better part of last season.
He will now fight for a place in goal with first choice keeper Wycliffe Kasaya and the young Job Ochieng’, who was promoted from the youth team. He also fills the spot left by Mark Kioko who recently left the club on mutual consent.
Mboya becomes the eighth player to join Mathare this transfer window after Francis Omondi, Gilbert Osonga, Klinsmann Omulanga, Clifford Alwanga, Mike Simiyu and Johnstone Omurwa.
Mathare are on a restructuring phase in a bid to improve their performance in 2017 where they staged a late revival to evade relegation and finished 13th on the table standings.
They kick off their 2018 Kenyan Premier League (KPL) campaign against newly promoted Vihiga United this weekend.