Uganda Cranes midfielder Isma Mugulusi has joined Portuguese second tier side Clube Desportivo Feirense.
The attacking midfielder joins the Portuguese side from Greece side Makedonikos FC, a side he only joined last in year in October.
Before his move to Greece, Mugulusi was out of action due to a knee injury that kept him out for close to two years.
But after successful operation and recovery, he later sealed a move to Greece last year after ending his stay at SC Villa.
Back in the days, Mugulusi was at Busoga United a side he joined from Kirinya Jinja SS, a feeder side to the senior team.
Mugulusi is a former Uganda Hippos member and was a key player when the U20 team reached the finals in a tournament that was held in Mauritania with the team Under Morley Byekwaso.
He is now at the senior team the Uganda Cranes and is among the summoned players that were confirmed on Monday ahead of the do or die game against Niger in the AFCON 2023 qualifers.
Mugulusi’s new side Feirense, plays in the second tier of the Portuguese League and the clubs is based in Santa Maria.
Clube Desportivo Feirense, commonly known as CD Feirense or just Feirense, is a Portuguese football club based in Santa Maria da Feira. Founded on 18 March 1918, Feirense play in the LigaPro, the second tier of Portuguese football.