Ugandan striker Ndugwa to join Kenyan side

Published On 02/01/2015 | By AFS Staff | Africa, Best of the Rest, Latest News, Made in Africa, Top Stories, Transfers

By the start of next week, Ugandan striker Karim Ndugwa will be a new player at Kenya club AFC Leopards.

According to futta.com, the dreadlocked player is set to leave his current club Sports Club Villa after agreeing terms to join the 13-time Kenya Premier League (KPL) champions.

“We are still negotiating and hope to have a done deal by Monday,” said SC Villa CEO Ivan Kakembo to Kawowo Sports.

“The player still has a two year contract with us but we have agreed all those terms with AFC Leopards.” he said.

The former Victors’ forward leaves the record 16-time Uganda Premier League (UPL) champions Villa in third position after netting eight goals in 15 games midway this current season.

Last year, the Ingwe were joint-sixth best goal scorers with 30 goals in 29 games, a tally they believe can be increased by Ndugwa’s capture. His move means he will join compatriot Mussa Mudde at the Nairobi-based club.

Though he is yet to make his full international debut, Ndugwa was part of the Uganda Cranes squad that was summoned by coach Micho Sredojevic for the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations Qualifier match against Togo back in October.



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