Defender Ronald Kigongo has completed a move to FUFA Big League side Booma FC.
It has been understood that the player agreed terms with the club with only his official unveiling pending.
Kigongo joins the Masindi based club as a free agent after ending his stay at URA in June this year .
At URA, he has been a long serving player at the club having joined from Maroons back in 2014, then under coach Alex Isabirye.
During his stay, Kigongo who played in almost most departments including defence struggled for game time due to the stiff competition at the club.
And he will be hoping for more game time at his new side Booma ahead of the new Big league season.
The other two new additions at Booma include Agondeze Edson from Kitara and Senono Nicholas from SC Villa, also awaiting unveiling.
The two said players are currently with the team and with only their official unveiling pending.
Booma recently unveiled Mark Twinamasiko as their new head coach for the upcoming season.
And all these new additions are to see the club favourably compete as they seek for their maiden UPL promotion come next season.