America based football Club; Montreal Impact has completed the signing of Uganda Cranes left-back Mustafa Kizza from KCCA FC. Kizza has penned down a two year contract with an option of extending it for three years. The deal will start on August 12.
Montreal Impact is currently coached by Arsenal and France legend Thierry Henry. Kenya’s Victor Wanyama also plays at the same team.
In a statement released by Montreal, Kizza will remain with KKCA until December, on loan from the Impact, because of the current Covid-19 situation.
“We are really happy to acquire one of the best young players from Uganda,” said the Montreal Impact sporting director Olivier Renard.
“Mustafa Kizza is a modern attacking left-back with great crossing abilities and huge potential. He is good on free-kicks and his height will also help on set pieces,” Renard.
The 20-year-old has been playing for KCCA FC since 2017. In the 2019-20 season, he has played 19 games, scoring five goals and adding 12 assists. He also started nine CAF Champions League game with his club in 2019 and 2020, recording four goals and four assists.
With the Uganda national team, he has scored four goals in 10 games.