Montreal Impact and KCCA FC have agreed to terminate the loan deal of left-back Kizza Mustafa. The two clubs had earlier agreed to a loan deal that would end in a permanent transfer of the Ugandan left-back that would see him move to America to sign for the MLS side.
Owing to the coronavirus pandemic, Kizza was unable to complete his move immediately. An agreement was struck between the two clubs, allowing the player to stay with the Kasasiro boys until December as Montreal Impact asses the coronavirus pandemic.
However, after continued struggles at Thiery Henry’s side, Montreal Impact and KCCA FC have reached an agreement to terminate the Loan deal. Kizza will now be expected to travel to the USA to join his new teammates as coach Thiery Henry hopes to turn around his side’s fortunes that have only won one game in the last five.
The CEO of KCCA FC, Anisha Shahir Muhoozi, confirmed the termination of Kizza’s loan deal at KCCA FC. “Early October, Kizza flew out to Canada to have his medical at Montreal Impact. He passed his medical, and he is currently with his new club. KCCA FC would like to wish Kizza Mustafa the best at his new home Montreal Impact, “Anisha Shahir Muhoozi said.
Kizza joined KCCA Soccer Academy as a teenager in 2015 and played for the development side until 2016. The left-back joined Maroons FC on loan at the beginning of the 2016-17 season and later returned to KCCA FC in January 2017 and has since then played for the senior team for a period of 3 and a half years.