Veteran midfielder Muzamir Mutyaba is expected to leave KCCA FC at the end of this uncertain 2019/20 Uganda Premier League season.
He is one of the many players in the league whose contract will expire at the end of the season.
A high placed source, close to the player, has revealed to this website that the player is set to look for greener pastures elsewhere.
The-SportsNation has been told that Mutyaba has been in talks with East African giants AFC Leopards (Kenya) and Azam FC (Tanzania).
Mutyaba joined KCCA FC in 2015 on a three-year contract from SC Victoria University. He later renewed his contract in 2018 for two more years.
He is expected to choose AFC Leopards where he is reportedly persuaded by former teammate Benjamin Ochan, a goalkeeper at the Kenyan side.
However, figures withheld, the Azam FC deal looks juicy, per the source.
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Since his time with the 13-time UPL champions, Mutyaba has been an integral figure for KCCA FC: He has won four Startimes UPL trophies, Three Uganda Cup trophies as well as helping KCCA FC storm the CAF champions and Confederations Cup group stages.
He scored one goal for KCCA FC this season as they beat bitter rivals Vipers this season.