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Michael Olunga joins Chinese side Guizhou Zhicheng

FOOTBALL By Robin Toskin | January 24th 2017

Kenyan striker Michael Olunga has completed his transfer to Chinese side Guizhou Zhicheng.

His local agent Jacob 'Ghost' Mulee, the former Kenya national team coach, confirmed to the Standard that the 22-year-old has joined the Chinese Super League side.

"It is a done deal, but full details will come later," Mulee said.

Olunga, formerly on loan to Gor Mahia from Liberty Academy, scored 12 goals for the Swedish club Djugardens IF in his first season.

The rising star, nicknamed Engineer, because of his academic pursuit of Geospatial Engineering was due to star his studies at Stockholm University this year.

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