The former Kenya national team tactician is currently a free agent after getting sacked by Equatorial Guinea due to poor performances.
“Migne loves Kenya and is the reason why he bought a house there,” a source close to the coach was quoted saying.
“On many occasions, he has expressed his interest in coaching in the country, and Gor Mahia remains his favourite team.”
“I am sure he will be among the first to present his application letter, assuming the position becomes available.”
“He believes the team has the potential to be the best in East and Central Africa and he can deliver that.”
Sebastien Migne reveals why he left Equatorial Guinea
The 47-year-old French tactician revealed why he left Equatorial Guinea, a team he joined in November 2019.
“We parted by mutual consent with the current coronavirus pandemic, it seemed complicated to stay focused on my job,” Migne revealed.
“Also, remember my family is in Kenya and my main priority is to recover them,” he added.
Migne is profound on making a return to the touchline as soon as possible.
“I do not know if I will stay in Kenya and for how long. I need to work but again it depends on opportunities that come my way.”
“Once the situation has normalized, with my family settled then for sure I can start thinking about working again,” he noted.
Equatorial Guinea struggled under Sebastien Migne
Sebastien Migne was in charge during Equatorial Guinea’s two 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers.
But they lost both games against Tanzania and Tunisia 2-1 and 1-0 respectively.
Tunisia lead the standings in group J with six points followed by Libya and Tanzania who have three points each.
Equatorial Guinea is on the bottom of the table without any point.