Tusker have  tabled a bid to sign Nakumatt captain Paul Nzuki and former Free States Stars defender Joseph Okumu in a process of rebuilding the team after releasing 14 players among them striker Allan Wanga, captain James Situma and Danson Kago. Okumu is a free agent after leaving the South African club in 2017.

Tusker have already signed former Chemelil Sugar Apollo Otieno ,Western Stima attacking midfielders Robert Achema and Kelvin Okoth, Kariobangi Sharks offensive left player Odongo Tayo, Muhoroni Youth center-back Paul Muchika, and Eric Ambunya from Kakamega Homeboyz.

Batoto ba mungu Sofapaka have already beefed up their squad with the acquisitions of striker Kepha Aswani from Nakumatt and Stephen Waruru from Ulinzi Stars. Sofapaka finished second in the Kenyan Premier League last season behind winners Gor Mahia. Aswani scored thirteen goals for Nakumatt in the 2017 Kenyan Premier League season.

AFC Leopards are close to sealing a deal for former Muhoroni Youth center back Faina Jacob. The defender has been consisted for the relegated side, putting in unrivaled display that won the hearts of many. The tough tackling defender has been training with the GOtv Shield champions, and has reportedly caught the attention of the technical bench, led by coach Robert Matano.

South African side Ajax Cape Town is interested in the signature of Kenyan striker Jesse Were. Were, who currently plies his trade with Zambian champions Zesco United, has a buy-out clause of Sh16 million having extended his stay in Zambia for a further two-years last July.

Ajax turned their attention to Were after missing the signature of Malian forward Mohammed Diallo. Were has scored 34 goals in the last two years at Zesco United in the Zambian Super League.