Cranes striker Dan Sserunkuma has re-signed with Kenya Premier League (KPL) champions, Gor’Mahia.
Sserunkuma who had left the Kenyan side will re-join club commonly known as K’Ogalo for the second round of the KPL season after terminating his contract with Tanzanian giants Simba SC.
“I’ am glad to be back where everyone appreciates my efforts” Sserunkuma noted on the club’s website, thus ending speculations linking him with a move to rivals AFC Leopards.
Gor Mahia official Anima Ferrari confirmed to Goal latest return of the Ugandan hit man.
“We have agreed to re-sign Sserunkuma but other details will be out before end of the week. Sserunkuma will be available to turn out for us at the start of second leg in June.”
Ferrari also confirmed that the club will now be forced to drop one foreigner to accommodate Sserunkuma.
“The coach will make up a decision on who to be dropped. You know very clearly that a club in Kenyan Premier League is entitled to five foreigners and with the arrival of Sserunkuma we have six.
The foreign-based legion in Gor Mahia roaster include Meddie Kagere (Rwanda), Goddfrey Walusimbi, Khalid Aucho and Israel Emuge (Uganda), Abouba Sibomana and right back Karim Nizigiyimana (Rwanda).
“This will be done before the second leg starts. I am happy that Sserunkuma as decided to return home. We all love him having helped us to two league titles and his return will boost our quest for a third consecutive title.”
Sserunkuma, joined Gor in 2012 from Nairobi City Stars helping K’Ogalo to two 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.