Goalkeeper Levis Opiyo is set to rejoin Mathare United after he was spotted training with the Slum oys.
The custodian was in Posta Rangers' books during the 2018 season after joining the side from Mathare in January and he's now heading back to the Francis Kimanzi coached side.
According to a source from the club, the former Thika United and Western Stima man is set to pen a deal with the club.
"He has been training with the team and he will sign his contract soon. He's an experienced keeper and he will definitely boost the goalkeeping department," a source from Mathare camp confided in Soka.
Mathare United finished 8th in the Kenyan Premier League in 2018 with 48 points and with their newly acquired financial muscle, coach Kimanzi will be looking to better the performance in 2018-19 season.
Thika United midfielder, James Kinyanjui is also expected to join Kimanzi's side.