Uganda Cranes striker Muhammad Shaban finally sealed his awaited move to Moroccan giants Raja Casablanca.
The striker has been on the edge after failing to impress while on trials in South Africa a week ago yet he had already fallen out with KCCA FC manager Mike Mutebi.
Raja Casablanca offered him a move after coming back to Uganda but it failed to go through initially due to the difference in valuation between KCCA FC and the Moroccan side.
KCCA FC for whom he has played for only one season wanted $180,000 yet Casablanca was offering $50,000 less than the Kasasiro Boys were asking.
With the hick ups sorted, Shaban through his social media platforms posted pictures of himself in the ‘Green Eagles’ jersey after signing for them.
He is believed to have put pen to paper on a three year deal that will see him in Morocco until at least 2021.
Shaban scored 13 league goals in his first and only season at Lugogo after completing a controversial move from ‘Boy Hood’ club, Onduparaka FC.