Uganda Cranes midfielder Allan Kyambadde has joined Kampala Capital City Football Club on a two-year deal from league rivals Sports Club Villa.
The deal was sealed on Monday according to the player’s agent, Jens Leidewall, who is based in Sweden.
“It is complete. Both me and the player (Allan Kyambadde) are satisfied and happy for deal and the transfer as well,” Jens Leidewall told Kawowo Sports.
“I have been discussing a move to KCCA with the club chairperson since the end of the season, but also clubs in Europe, Japan and Egypt have been interested in his signature. It is no panic to leave the Uganda Premier league because there is room to develop everyday,” he added.
Kyambadde, a 2012/2013 Uganda Premier League MVP becomes the third player to join the Kasasiro Boys from rivals SC Villa. He spent just one season with the Jogoos, having joined them in 2017 under coach Wasswa Bbosa’s tenure from Express FC.
“The deal is a win-win situation for all involved parties. Allan (Kyambadde) will get a higher pay at KCCA and at the same time get the necessary competition with tougher training sessions,” said Leidewall.
At coach Mike Mutebi’s camp, he reunites with Nicholas Kasozi and his former Villa captain Bernard Muwanga.