Left back Ibrahim Juma has been officially unveiled at Spanish Segunda side CD Leganes on loan from Uganda premier League side KCCA FC.
These new developments were made official via the club’s social media handles on Monday this week.
The club confirmed that Juma will head straight to the development squad as part of his development and growth.
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Earlier last year in September, KCCA confirmed that the left back had joined the Spanish Segunda side on loan.
But there was pending paper work that couldn’t allow Juma join the side straight away.
And the player has since then been here home, training with KCCA and also seen on many league games especially at Lugogo.
Juma is a former U17 captain for both KCCA FC and Uganda Men’s National Team.
Last year, while still at KCCA, he captained the KCCA FC U20 side as they won the Cambiasso and Rainbow U20 International Tournament in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania in July 2022.
It is a big move for the youngster to join Club Deportivo Leganes, a side that competes in the Segunda Division, the second tier of the Spanish League System.
And the move will see him join a couple of youngsters who are enjoying life on professional stints abroad. Among these are Sadat Anaku (Dundee United), Oscar Mawa (Italy) among others.
About CD Leganés
Club Deportivo Leganés, S.A.D. is a football club based in Leganés, Community of Madrid, Spain, that currently competes in Segunda División, the second tier of the Spanish league system. It was founded on 23 June 1928. It holds home games at the Estadio Municipal de Butarque, which seats 12,454 spectators