Uganda Premier League side SC Villa and Karim Ndugwa have failed to agree, and the striker will not be joining the record league winners.
Ndugwa started training with his former club SC Villa a week ago, and it’s said that he impressed the Serbian coach Dusan Stojanovic.
But The-SportsNation understands that Villa was offering less in terms of sign-on fee and wanted the player to sign for three years!
The forward feels the tabled offer is not appetizing and the deal has fallen through.
Ndugwa, who was recently released by Vipers, is now exploring his options, with former club BUL now closely monitoring the situation.
Ndugwa has also played for URA, Wakiso Giants, Mbarara City, AFC Leopards in Kenya and Horseed in Somalia among other clubs.
This is a sad ending for Villa who are seeking to get a striker before the close of the window after new signing Denis Ojara suffered a nasty injury and will undergo surgery.