Major League Soccer side Montreal Impact has confirmed ending contract with Uganda Cranes left back Mustafa Kizza.
Kizza joined Montreal Impact last year in a deal that started August 12, then signing a two-year deal with a club option for three additional years.
“The Club will not exercise the option of the contracts of goalkeeper Sebastian Breza (purchase option), defenders Mustafa Kizza, Aljaz “Kiki” Struna, midfielders Jean-Yves Ballou Tabla, Clément Bayiha, Tomas Giraldo and Emanuel Maciel,” reads a statement on the club’s website in part.
The former KCCA FC side leaves after featuring in 20 games for the club.
“Thank you for everything Montreal Impact, it has been a pleasure,” tweeted Kizza.
“It was an honour to play under a coach like Thierry Henry ,all the other coaches and my amazing teammates all the people who work at the club behind the scenes who have done so much for me – Thank You ❤️ “
It is not known whether Kizza’s exit is performance related but the roving left back’s future came under scrutiny when he made an inappropriate post about gay people.