Busoga United has confirmed the departure of midfielder David Bagoole by “mutual consent.”
He joined the club in September 2018 as a free agent from DR Congo’s Bukavu Dawa and leaves after a two-year spell.
The club’s CEO David Ndyabahika, in a club statement, said: “Bagoole David is synonymous with this club, as a player and a son of the land, and that will never change.”
“He is quiet simply a Busoga United FC great, having helped transform the identity and history of the club.
“I, the club President DHT Nyago and the board’s gratitude and appreciation for Busoga’s achievements cannot and will never be underestimated.”
Bagoole was arguably the club’s best player last season with two goals and five assists as Busoga clinched fourth place, the team’s best finish in top flight.
“A decision like this cannot be taken lightly, which is why this has been discussed together at length over the past few weeks. It is even harder given our close friendship,” Ndyabahika added.
Bagoole is expected to sign for Champions Vipers but URA FC have been long suitors for the player whose deal to join the tax collectors was dramatically blocked after he was unveiled.
He earlier revealed to this website that he has also received offers from other clubs in Kenya, Tanzania, DR Congo and Zambia.