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Kizza optimistic of contract extension at KCCA



Mustafa Kizza says he is optimistic a compromise will be reached between his representatives and his club KCCA on a contract extension.

While appearing on Sanyuka TV’s Endibba Show, the KCCA left back revealed that negotiations between him and the Lugogo outfit are on a good course.

” There is nothing pushing me out of KCCA. I’m still a KCCA player because my contract is still running and we are having good negotiations though they have been hindered by the COVID-19 outbreak.

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” I am optimistic we shall reach a compromise for the better of my future as a player.”

Kizza said.

The malauding full back has been the talk of town with recent reports linking him to a move to KCCA’s rivals Vipers SC.

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Kizza celebrates his goal against Busoga United early this season (KCCA Media)

Swift Sports reliable sources indicate that Vipers are willing to stake a claim for Kizza’s signature come the next transfer window.

However, Kizza distanced himself from the rumours saying he hasn’t officially heard anything like that.

” As of now, I know nothing about those rumours.”

” My job is to play football while I leave the rest to my agents.” He added.

There is huge uncertainty hovering over Kizza’s future at Lugogo since his contract is bound to expire in January next year.

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Hassania Agadir of Morocco, FC Lausanne (Switzerland) and Czech republic’s MFV Vyskov have all come close to securing Kizza’s signature in the recent past.

Kizza also spared a mention of Allan Okello’s move to AC Paradou of Algeria saying it motivates him to aim for greener pastures as well.

” It’s a good opportunity for him (Okello) because we all want to go for greener pastures so it gives me a motivation to work hard and follow his footsteps.”

Kizza has so far scored five goals in the league coupled with 11 assists.

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