Cranes midfielder Sadam Juma ‘Nature’ is ready for a move away from KCCA FC after his contract expired on 8th May this year.
The former Express and Vipers man’s relationship with the Kasasiro Boys boss Mike Mutebi took an ugly turn – following the media statements made by the gaffer in which he mentioned the attacking midfielder among the players to be axed from the club before the start of the next season.
The Touchline Sports understands that KCCA boss Mike Mutebi is not happy with Sadam Juma as he claims the player hasn’t lived up to expectation for the period he has spent at the club.
Saddam Juma joined KCCA FC in 2017 from Express FC on a 3-year contract which practically expired on 8th May this year.
Sources reveal that the KCCA FC board is holding talks with Juma about his future at the club, however, we also understand that Mutebi has the final say on his squad.
The player wants to stay, but the manager is thinking otherwise.
The Touchline Sports takes a look at the three potential destinations where Ibrahim Sadam Juma Nature could end up before the start of next season.
Saddam Juma drew criticism when he unexpectedly departed the Wankulukuku based club. But now a return to his former club seems quite possible as sources reveal that the new club CEO and KCCA FC season ticket holder Isaac Mwesigwa fancies the midfielder’s playing style a lot.
Juma has a memorable experience at Express FC, a side he captained for the 2016/17 season, the club that helped him revive his career.
If the move can be done, it would be interesting to see how Express FC boss Wasswa Bbosa integrates Juma in his midfield with players like Lawrence Kigonya, Daniel Shabena, Denis Sserukwaya and others in the fold.
Despite putting up an incredible performance for the past two seasons at the club, Saidi Kyeyune has expressed doubts over his future at URA FC in recent weeks.
The former Maroons man feels like it is time for him to move away from the StarTimes Uganda Premier League to a different country in ‘Africa or Asia‘ when the Coronavirus crisis frees movement.
URA FC boss Sam Ssimbwa will be keen on finding a replacement for the attacking midfielder and Juma could just land himself an easier switch to a team that could as well meet his wage demands.
With Ambrose Kirya and David Owori already rumored to be on the move away from Villa, Saddam Juma can not find himself a better fitting than at the 16-time record Uganda Premier League winners.
If Villa can convince Juma especially with his wage demands the former Vipers midfielder would bolster their midfield and would also be a good fitting for David Owori.
Edward Kaziba is known for his tactical diversity and it is believed that Juma would find himself either at the heart of the midfield or in the attacking role. Juma has enough experience in Uganda’s ancient clubs and it is believed that he can easily adapt to life at Villa Park.