Kenyan Premier League champions Gor Mahia could play a friendly match against Brazilian giants Santos FC.
The warm-up is tentatively planned for 1 December 2018 in Nairobi.
According to Gor’s Chief Executive Officer Lordvick Aduda, an agency wrote to them requesting for the match but details remain scanty.
“There’s still nothing much to report but the thing is an agency wrote to Gor Mahia for a possible friendly with Santos.
“As you know such an international game requires alot of procedures to be followed before it can be staged but I can say it is highly likely to happen,” Aduda told Kahawa Tungu.
Gor will play Everton of England in an international friendly at Goodison Park on 6 November.
The fixture will form part of K’Ogalo’s preseason as they plot to defend their KPL title and represent Kenya in the CAF Champions League next season.
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Gor are not new to playing Brazilian sides, in 2011 the 1987 CAF Winners’ Cup champions lost 2-1 to visiting Palmeiras U-23 outfit in a friendly at Nyayo Stadium.
Francis Ocholla scored the lone goal off Edwin Lavatsa’s cross.
Santos is one the big names of the Brazil’s Campeonato Brasileiro Serie A and has been crowned champions eight times.
Legendary Pele is one of their former players.
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