Kenyan outfit Gor Mahia are unhappy with their defender Godfrey Walusimbi, who left the club to travel to South Africa without permission.
The Siya crew recently revealed that Walusimbi has emerged as target for Kaizer Chiefs, who look to improve the left-back situation.
Siya sources suggested that the full-back has already landed in South Africa, something which has angered Gor Mahia coach Dylan Kerr.
“Walusimbi has decided to go AWOL and I’m not happy, he has done a dishonorable thing and gone without permission," Kerr has told Kahawa Tungu.
"He’s reportedly in South Africa and if that’s the case then the chairman (Ambrose Rachier) will make a statement because he’s in breach of contract,”
The club chairman Ambrose Rachier has since revealed to Kahawa Tungu that he spoke to Chiefs chairman Kaizer Motaung and expressed his displeasure.
“I wasn’t aware that he (Walusimbi) was going, I only heard that on Wednesday he was at the South Africa’s embassy looking for a visa and that on Friday he was in South Africa.
I got a call from the chairman of Kaizer Chiefs, apologizing for taking the wrong route but still saying that we can talk and I told him that I took a strong exception to what they did and that I would have to consult my executive committee before I can respond to them.
“He accepted that they were player tapping which is against FIFA statutes. I still don’t know how Walusimbi got his employer’s letter to help him secure a visa."