KCCA FC has confirmed the departure of attacking midfielder Erisa Ssekisambu ahead of the 2020/21 season.
KCCA FC head of communications Moses Magero revealed the development during a KCCA FC TV show on Sanyuka on Sunday night.
“Ssekisambu’s contract has expired and has left the club,” Magero briefly noted.
Ssekisambu joined KCCA FC last year on a year deal, with his contract expiring on June 6, 2020.
Earlier, Ssekisambu’s agent Ronnie Santos Mwine had revealed that he was in contact with KCCA FC to see that his client’s contract is renewed.
Ssekisambu scored a double to help KCCA beat Proline 4-1 to win the FUFA Super Cup at Lugogo.
He leaves KCCA FC without a league trophy, which he had won with URA (2014), Villa (2015) and Vipers (2016).
Joining KCCA FC from Gor Mahia as a free agent, Ssekisambu is linked to move in Zambia.
He is the latest player to officially leave KCCA FC after Jackson Nunda (URA), Jamil Malyamungu, Tom Ikara (Police), Mike Mutyaba (retired), Eric Ssenjobe (Police) and Mustafa Kizza (Montreal Impact).
Saddam Juma, Nicholas Kasozi and Muzamir Mutyaba are reportedly leaving the club, awaiting official communication from the club.
KCCA FC has signed Italian Stefano Mazengo Loro, Charles Lwanga, Ashraf Mugume, Denis Iguma, Bright Anukani, Brian Aheebwa and Samson Kigozi.