Mustafa Kizza is the name on the radars of a number of top giant clubs in East Africa, all by the way with a serious interest in securing the signature of the KCCA FC defender.
Since KCCA FC’s triumph in the CECAFA Kagame Cup last July, a number of giant clubs with in the region have expressed keen interest in luring the stylish left back from KCCA FC.
From Rwandan side Rayon Sports to Tanzanian side Simba and very freshly Azam FC that have tabled an amazing 200 million shillings price to capture the left back’s signature.
The Chamazi based side has been monitoring Kiiza since he scored the winner against them in the CECAFA final with almost one year left on his running contract that will expire on 1st January 2021.
It remains to be seen if KCCA FC will enter into business with Azam FC that is also home to Uganda Cranes right back Nicholas Wadada.
Recently, KCCA FC had agreed to sell Kiiza to Czech Republic third tier side MFV Vyskoz at a reported fee of 40,000 USD with a 25% forward sale but the latter failed to agree on personal terms with the player.
Should KCCA FC accept to let Kiiza go, he will be the third player to join Azam from the City lads after Brian Majwega and Brian Umony in the recent past.