Meddie Kagere could be back to Gor Mahia come June.

This is according to club chairman Ambrose Rachier who told Kpl.co.ke on Thursday that he has acceded to the Rwandan striker’s request to train with the team as they open fresh negotiations on a possible return to K’Ogalo.
“I have been in correspondence with him (Kagere) and he hast told me that he wants to come back. You are aware that he doesn’t have a club at the moment and he has asked that he trains with the team to maintain fitness. I have allowed him to do that.
“He is currently in Rwanda but his family is here which I think is part of the reason he wants to come back here.”
“Whether or not he will make a comeback will be dependent on the negotiations that we have with him in the coming months, as well as how the new coach will rank him. We shall open new negotiations and I hope that he will be more reasonable with his demands this time round,” Rachier said.