SC Villa duo of Oscar Mawa and Iddi Abdulwahid are currently in France, The-SportsNation sources have been told.
The two are at Grenoble Foot where they will undertake a Football development program expected to last for six months.
Mawa and Abdulwahid are expected to join the French side permanently if all goes as expected.
Mawa who was the top scorer at the CECAFA U17 championship, also featured for KCCA Junior team and he is a student of Gombe High.
Abdulwahid, also a former Uganda Cubs (U17) player, featured for Onduparaka JT and Arua Hill before joining the Jogoos last season.
The duo are under Sepuya Inc Agency, an entity owned by former Uganda Cranes player Eugene Sepuya.
Travis Mutyaba is the other players who is set for a stint abroad, and likely to join a club in one of European Big Leagues.
And after scoring a beauty for Uganda Cranes on Sunday against Tanzania, he has literally upped his stake and a deal is inevitable.
Per reports, SC Villa were yet to renew contracts with these players – With contracts among minors renewed each year with the consent of the player’s guardian.
And SC Villa are likely to lose out as the club have been in a meagre communication with Agent Sepuya.
SC Villa Manager Dan Mubiru and CEO Brenda Nambalirwa tried to reach out to the players parents but they have since been redirected to Sepuya.
And it is said that Mutyaba was not paid by SC Villa for the last month, with reports claiming that the youngster was told to first have his consent letter signed.