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Mustafa Kizza’s KCCA Loan Deal Terminated, Joins Canada’s Montreal Impact

Startimes Uganda Premier League side KCCA FC and Canada’s Montreal Impact have agreed to cancel the loan agreement for left back Kizza Mustafa.

In July 2020, KCCA FC had agreed a deal with Montreal Impact for the transfer of fullback Mustafa Kizza for two years with an option to sign further three years at the end of the two years.

Kizza’s move to Montreal Impact was subject to completion of a medical review. The fullback was expected to undergo a medical at Montreal, after restoration of normalcy in air transport.

Montreal Impact competes as a member of the Eastern Conference in Major League Soccer and the club is coached by Thierry Henry.

Kizza was to stay at KCCA until December 2020 on loan from Montreal Impact because of the current COVID 19 situation but his loan period at KCCA FC had an option for Montreal Impact to call him for duty upon the improvement of pandemic situation.

The CEO of KCCA FC Anisha Shahir Muhoozi confirmed the termination of Kizza’s loan deal at KCCA FC.

“Early October, Kizza flew out to Canada to have his medical at Montreal Impact. He passed his medical and he is currently with his new club,” Ms. Muhoozi said.

“KCCA FC would like to wish Kizza Mustafa the best at his new home Montreal Impact.”

Kizza joined KCCA Soccer Academy as a teenager in 2015 and played for the development side until 2016.

The left back joined Maroons FC on loan at the beginning of the 2016-17 season and later returned to KCCA FC in January 2017 and has played for the senior team for a period of 3 and a half years.

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