UGANDA Cranes striker Daniel Sserunkuma has confirmed partying ways with the Tanzanian giants Simba.
The player, who joined Simba in January this year on a two-year deal, posted on Twitter on Monday that the two had reached a mutual agreement to end acquaintances.
“Today, Simba FC, myself and my agent have decided to mutually terminate my employment contract,” wrote Sserunkuma.
The former Gor Mahia, Nairobi City Stars, Express and Victors striker added:
“I would like to thank all the Simba fans and the entire management team for all the love and support shown towards me.”
Where he goes from here remains at large but the former Ugandan Footballer of the Year remains open.
“I will now sit with my agent and decide on the best options available for my career development,” he said.
Sserenkuma, in his mid-20s, joined Gor in 2012 from Nairobi City Stars helping K’Ogalo to two Kenyan Premier League (KPL) titles.
But since his move to Tanzania early this year, the Ugandan has struggled to settle in, thus failing to replicate the good goal-scoring form he had at Gor Mahia.