Uganda Cranes striker Patrick Kaddu has sealed a move to Moroccan side RS Berkane.
Kaddu joins Berkane from Uganda Premier League defending champions KCCA FC, for whom he has featured in the last two seasons.
The former Maroons FC striker is understood to have penned a 4-year deal at the Moroccan giants on Tuesday morning and started his training immediately.
Kaddu was part of the Cranes team that performed fairly well at the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt as they reached the knock-out stages of the competition for the first time in 41 years.
During AFCON, Kaddu was Uganda’s primary striker, scoring the Cranes first goal of the tournament in the 2-0 victory over DR Congo.
The 23-year-old who also had a brief stint at Kira Young in 2015/16 is benefiting from his AFCON adventures just like several other Ugandans who moved after the tournament.
The Likes of Abdu Lumala, Khalid Aucho, Hassan Wasswa, Tadeo Lwanga, Mike Azira, Emmanuel Okwi, Awany and Kyambadde have already moved to new clubs.
After the departure of both Timothy Awany and Allan Kyambadde, Kaddu becomes the third high profile player to exit the KCCA FC this offseason.
However, they have also re-enforced, securing the services of John Revita, Simon Sserunkuma and Erisa Ssekisambu. KCCA FC is also believed to be nearing a deal to sign Bright Stars’ captain Nelson Ssenkatuka.