Aduda warns off Simba pursuit of Gor Mahia’s Tuyisenge
Gor Mahia CEO Ludvic Aduda has warned Tanzania side Simba off striker Jaques Tuyisenge after reports linked the Rwandese with a move.
According to reports in Tanzania TV station, Online Dream TV indicated on Monday that the Rwandan striker will sign a pre-contract.
He is our player and any club be it Simba or AS Vita who want to sign him have to talk to us before talking to the player,”
“Fifa rules are very clear on how the player transfer business should be conducted. The club that wants to sign a player from another club has to approach the parent club well before making a move to the player himself.
“If any club will illegally approach our players without our permission, then be sure that we will take them to Fifa.
Aduda speaking revealed the player was committed to the club with the striker proving pivotal to Gor Mahia continental ambitions scoring the crucial penalty over Petro Atletico.
“Talk about another player and not Tuyisenge. I am pretty sure that he loves K’Ogalo and he will want to stay even for another season with us.
“I am convinced that he will be there for long because of the love he has developed for the club so far.