Uganda Cranes striker Hamis ‘Diego’ Kizza is on the cusp of accepting a contract offer from Mujib Kasule’s Proline FC.
The player decided to return to Uganda two months ago after Tanzania football giants Simba FC released him alongside two other Ugandan players (Brian Majwega and Murushid Jjuuko), all dismissed on disciplinary grounds.
The player is currently in Kampala for some thinking time before making a decision. He has concrete offers from Proline and URA FC.
Kizza over the weekend trained with Proline taking part in preseason trial against non-league side Natete FC which ended in a 1-1 draw. Proline has already signed Sam Kintu, Mustafa Mujuzi, Savio Kabugo, Farouk Musisi and Yusuf Mukisa and Nelson Senkatuka.
Kizza had been said to be waiting to see if initial contacts with SC Villa and KCCA became anything more, but for the moment, they have not.
He previously played for URA FC and Nalubaale FC and helped Yanga Africans in Tanzania to win CECAFA Kagame club championship in 2011.
He signed for Simba in July last year after he got misunderstandings with Yanga Africans on contract renewal.
Meanwhile Proline soccer Academy have unveiled their squad for this season at the clubs awards night held at Piato Restaurant in Kampala. At the function, Alpha Ssali, who is the son to musician Bebe Cool was named the academy player of the year while Idris Lubega and Joseph Mandela walked away with the player of the year and club player of the awards respectively.