Uganda Cranes midfielder Allan Kateregga and Premier Soccer League (PSL) side Capetown City agreed to terminate the former’s contract by mutual consent.
This is after a meeting between Kateregga and the CapeTown City chairman John Comitis on Tuesday evening.
Kateregga who joined Capetown City in the 2018 transfer window spent the second half of last season on loan at Maritzburg United.
Due to the foreign quota rule in the PSL, Capetown City weren’t willing to have the former AFC Leopards midfielder among the five foreign players they are registering for the new season.
“And I am not willing to go on another loan deal, so I would rather get a permanent offer elsewhere,” Kateregga told www.football-256. com.
“This is a personal decision, I need to grow as a player and I need a place where I can settle, be stable to help my growth.”
“I want to appreciate Capetown City for the opportunity, I am a totally a different player from the one who came here and I really appreciate,” he added.
Before he signed for Capetown, Kateregga had spent four months at KCCA FC on loan from AFC Leopards in Kenya.
The left footed midfielder has also featured for Sports Club Victoria University and BUL in Uganda and also Tusker FC in Kenya.