Ugandan international striker Daniel ‘Mzee’ Sserunkuma has joined Tanzania’s Simba SC Kawowo Sports has learnt.
The Cranes striker is said to have signed a two year deal with the Msimbazi with his contract with Kenya’s Gor Mahia set to expire at the end of December.
The news will shock the heads at K’Ogalo who a few days ago told Goal.com they were in talks with the diminutive forward.
“We are in talks with him and he has shown a willingness to remain with us. He knows what is on the table and we know what he is worth; so that is where we are.”
After news broke that the 2014 KPL top scorer signed for the Tanzania club, K’Ogalo officials still denied the reports according to Goal.
“We have not received any official communication from Simba. These are just things we are reading on social media but nobody from Simba has approached us on the same.”
Simba already has five foreign players; the maximum quota accepted in the club with Amissi Tambwe, Joseph Owino, Emmanuel Okwi, Kiongera and Pierre Kwizera.
It remains to be seen who will give way to Sserunkuma but reliable sources indicate the club may part ways with Kenyan Paul Mungai Kiongera or Amissi Tambwe.