Danish Division One outfit AC Horsens have raided FKF Premier League champions Gor Mahia for the services of winger Rogers Mugisha.
A statement on Horsens’ official website confirmed the capture of Mugisha, who has been instrumental for the Kenyan giants since arriving at the start of the current season.
“Rogers (Mugisha) has switched with immediate effect and joins AC Horsens until the summer of 2026,” read part of the statement, adding: “Mugisha is a player with huge potential despite his young age and comes from Gor Mahia, who are the reigning champion in Kenya.”
AC Horsens Director Kristian Nielsen described Mugisha as a technically skilled player, who will fit in well into their squad.
“We are bringing in a talented player who is fast, technically skilled, and unpredictable with a wide range of feints and tricks, and there is no doubt about Mugisha’s qualities, but of course as a young player he has to get used to the conditions in European football, and he must settle outside the pitch.
“We have a good setup there that can help him, and I have no doubt that he will flourish on the pitch once he has gone through an adaptation period.”
In a recent interview, Gor Mahia coach Johnathan McKinstry hinted at the imminent exit of Mugisha but maintained his absence will not unsettle their quest to win a record 21st FKF Premier League title.
“We are negotiating on a deal to allow Mugisha to move to Denmark, we don’t stand in the way of any player, who wants to leave, he has been a good player for us but we will strive to adapt without him and keep our focus on winning the title,” said McKinstry.