Uganda Cranes striker Yunus Sentamu has finally completed a move from DR Congo’s AS Vita to Tunisia’s SC Sfaxien.
The 20 year old who caught the attention of the Tunisian side while featuring for the 2014 CAF Champions League runners up signed a two and half year deal for an undisclosed fee.
Sentamu scored two goals enroute to helping AS Vita reach the finals including one against his new employers in the semi-finals.
Speaking to the club’s official television channel, Sentamu made it clear he has joined the club to help it win all trophies and assured fans that as a centre forward, he will score goals to make them happy.
My ambition is to make sure that we win more trophies as CS Sfaxien. I have so much respect for this club. It’s a good club and it gave us a good game when we played them in the semi-finals last year. Fortunately, we won by 2-1with me scoring the winner.
My work is to score goals and since I believe in God, I will score goals for CS Sfaxien to make them happy.
Sentamu has only spent one year at AS Vita which he joined from Vipers SC early in 2014.
He becomes the third Ugandan player to feature in Tunisia after Jackson Mayanja and Emmanuel Okwi who had stints at Esperance and Etoile Du Sahel respectively.