Kenya U16 national team Captain James Gachago has been training with Scottish Premier League side Hearts of Midlothian.
The budding midfielder has completed a one-week training with the side with the hope of signing a deal in the future.
Gachago who is a product of the fame Ligi Ndogo Academy has been in the UK for some time now where he has been undertaking his studies at the Moorland International School since 2018 at the same time being a constant figure in the Kenyan junior teams.
Moorland has a big link with Blackburn Rovers with the academy being one of the club’s major feeders to its youth teams. Apart from Blackburn, Moorland has close links with Burnley FC, the two Manchester clubs and Accrington Stanley.
Heart of Midlothian Football Club, commonly known as Hearts, is a Scottish professional football club based in the Gorgie area of Edinburgh, Scotland. It is the oldest football club in the Scottish capital as they were formed in 1874.
They are currently placed bottom of the Scottish Premier League having won just three games the entire season and face Steven Gerrard's Rangers in their next league tie.
Kenya U16 national team Captain James Gachago has completed a one week long training with Scottish top tier club Hearts of Midlothian.The midfielder trained with the u18s and the reserves. pic.twitter.com/LgvZrXs3AK— FKF Center of Excellence (@KenyaU15NT) February 24, 2020