Former KCCA FC and Kireka United forward Derrick Nsibambi is set for a return to his former club Smouha of Egypt, the-sportsnation sources have learnt.
Nsibambi who had joined the Egyptian club for a three years deal in 2018 when he left KCCA FC had lasted a year with Smouha before he was shown an exit door in 2019.
The striker had returned in the country and briefly trained with KCCA FC.
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He was rumoured to be joining the Lugogo based side, with URA and Vipers also reportedly interested in his signature.
At KCCA, Nsibambi wanted to sign a six-month contract which KCCA bosses refused as they wanted him to commit for three years before the deal fell through.