Uganda Cranes forward Patrick Henry Kaddu has completed a move to Moroccan side Renaissance Sportive Berkane from Ugandan champions KCCA Football Club on a four-year deal.
Kaddu, who scored Uganda Cranes first goal at AFCON 2019 against DR Congo, was given the number 9 shirt.
He becomes the third player to leave KCCA this transfer window after Timothy Awany joined Ashdod FC in Israel and Allan Kyambadde at El Gouna in Egypt.
The 23-year-old striker has also featured for Maroons FC and Kiira Young during his development. He has won the Uganda Cup and the StarTimes Uganda Premier League at KCCA.
Berkane plays in the top division of the Moroccan league, finished 6 on the table last season and were 2019 CAF Confederation Cup losing finalists to Egypt’s Zamalek.
Miya Farouk moved to Turkish Super League side Konyaspor Kulubu from Croatian side HNK Gorica on a three year deal.
Miya was handed the 21 jersey number by Club Manager Seçkin Ozdil at the signing ceremony held in Konya Metropolitan Municipality Stadium.
The 21-year-old attacking midfielder played in all four of Uganda’s games at the recent Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt.
He scored five times in 30 appearances for Gorica last season.
“I admired the stadium and facilities and as soon as I stepped into the club, I realized what a great community it was,” Miya told the club’s website.
“I want to make a great contribution to Konyaspor with my performances.
“I had the chance to watch the first game of the season. We have a very high quality and very strong team.
“I am sure that I will adapt to the team in a short time and will do my best to the end.”