Defender Mustafa Mujuzi has completed a three years deal to join Uganda Premier League side KCCA.
Mujuzi has been training with the kasasiro boys during their preseason preparations and has officially been unveiled by the club as their eighth signing in the current transfer market.
Mujuzi, a former Proline FC player, has dubbed the deal a ‘dream come true’ to play at a ‘great club in Uganda’ and is eager to help them back to winning trophies.
“I am delighted to join KCCA FC. It has been my dream to play for a club this big as it will push me to my ultimate best to compete and win things with this club,” Said Mujuzi
He joins a couple of experienced defenders like Dennis Iguma, Geoffrey Wasswa, John Revita and Peter Magambo.
Mujuzi added: “When I had a chat with the Manager and he told me that he was interested in me playing for the club I could not turn it down. I want to give 100% and win with this club.”
He has gained a lot of experience captaining the national team U23 side and playing at the Senior cranes team.
The defender also featured for Synergy FC, Proline FC and Kyetume FC.
He becomes the eighth player to join KCCA FC in this transfer window after Tshisungu Kankonde, Moses Waiswa, Ssenoga Muhamed, Shaban Muhammad, and teenagers Faisal Wabyoona, Saidi Mayanja, and Allan Enyou.