Former Masavu captain Abraham Ndugwa has complete a move to Kenyan top side AFC Leaopards.
The two capped Ugandan international left his side, Masavu FC following their relegation from the Ugandan Premier League at the end of 2017/2018 Ugandan Premier League season.
He was top scorer of Masavu last season with six league goals and it was the same season that saw him earn his firstcall up to the national team.
In a statement, Ndugwa confirmed his departure from Masavu three weeks ago whilst wishing the side best of luck. He, however, did not disclose his next destination with KCCA and Vipers SC reportedly courting him.
“It was always going to be an emotional day saying goodbye to this great team of players, said Ndugwa in a statement on Facebook.
“You fought, you toiled, but the sweat came to nothing.
You guys have been amazing and please raise up and take the positives.
“We did not reach the promised land together and maybe there is a Joshua somewhere to take you there, but to all the club management and staff thank you.
The striker has been in talks with AFC Leopards management for the last few weeks and the two parties have finally reached an agreement over a switch to the Blue and White.
“Everything has been agreed on. He is a good player and we believe he will help the team,” a source from the club PML Daily.