Out-of-contract KCCA FC midfielder Saddam Juma has confirmed that he will not be with the Lugogo-based side come next season.
Juma was among the players Mike Mutebi is said to have deemed as surplus to requirements.
The midfielder has said that he was last year asked by the club to renew his contract, an offer he turned down in the name of wanting a move away.
“The club approached me last year about contract renewal and we held talks but as an individual I need a new task” Juma told this website.
“The global pandemic has affected my next move but when all comes back to normal, I will let you know where I will be playing from.”
Juma was recently linked to a return to former team Express FC, but sources have it that he is pursuing for a deal abroad.
The experienced midfielder has also featured for Victoria University and Vipers.
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The former Old Kampala SS player joined KCCA FC in 2017 after crossing from rivals Express FC.
The midfielder has not enjoyed most of his playing time at Lugogo due to a knee injury that has kept him in the sick bay on a number of occasions.
It is also said that Juma holds a bitter relationship with KCCA coach Mike Mutebi.
He however will be remembered by KCCA FC fans for his performance in big games including his debut against FUS Rabat where he scored a cracker, and that thunderous strike against Al-Ahly at the Mandela National stadium in the Caf champions league group stages.